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How to implement the Store instruction

How to implement the Store instruction

How to implement the Store instruction

Hi everyone,

I've got a project where I've to implement a SIMD architecture whith creating the IR, ALU, Register, PC, Address latch and Data Latch blocks.
I also have to implement commands associate to each elements
(for example ALLIN, ALOUT, ALHIN AAout for the Address Latch block ... ).

After this first step we have to reuse all those commands to implement basic Assembly Instruction like the STore One.

Store Rn, HHLL
with Rn the register which contain the data we have to put at the HHLL memory address.

I don't really understand how to do that, so I need someone to explain me how the store instruction is running throw ALU, Register, data and address Latch.

thanks for your help



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