8085 Program to simulate decimal down counter

MicrocontrollerMicroprocessor8085

Now let us see a program of Intel 8085 Microprocessor. In this program we will see how to simulate the decimal down counter.

Problem Statement:

Write 8085 Assembly language program to simulate decimal down counter.

Discussion:

In this section we are simulating the decimal down counter. Here the counter will count 100 decimal numbers from 99 to 0. All values will be updated in each 0.5 seconds. For decimal count we are using the DAA instruction.

Note: Here for simplicity we are storing the numbers into memory. To simulate it like a counter we can use 7-segment display to show the numbers

Input:

Here we are not providing any input.

Flow Diagram:

Program:

Address
HEX Codes
Labels
Mnemonics
Comments
F000
3E, 99

MVI A,99H
Initialize A with 99H
F002
32, 00, 80
LOOP
STA 8000H
Store A into 8000H
F005
CD, 11, F0

CALL DELAY
Wait for 0.5 second
F008
3A, 00, 80

LDA 8000H
Get back the data from 8000H
F00B
C6, 99

ADI 99H
Add 99H with the number
F00D
27

DAA
Decimal adjust
F00E
C3, 02, F0

JMP LOOP
Jump to LOOP
F011
01, FF, FF
DELAY
LXI B,FFFFH
Initialize BC register pair to FFFFH
F014
0B
L1
DCX B
Decrease BC
F015
78

MOV A,B
Take B to A
F016
B1

ORA C
OR C and E
F017
C2, 13, F0

JNZ L1
If Z = 0, jump to L1
F01A
C9

RET
Return from subroutine

Output:

The numbers are storing into memory location 8000H.

raja
Published on 27-Feb-2019 12:50:44
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