6809 Assembly Language Programming by Lance A Leventhal

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By Lance A Leventhal

Guideline textual content for meeting language geared in the direction of the Motorola 6809 microprocessor that's present in the Tandy TRS-80 laptop.

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Corresponding values in these ranges form xy pairs. If the ranges are uneven in size, excess x or y points are ignored. Example Related Functions For the ranges x = {0,1,1,0,0} and y = {0,0,1,1,0}, the operation partdist(x,y) returns a range of {0,1,2,3,4}. The X and Y coordinates provided describe a square of 1 unit x by 1 unit y. dist polynomial Summary The polynomial function returns the results for independent variable values in polynomials. Given the coefficients, this function produces a range of y values for the corresponding x values in range.

All numbers are rounded down to the nearest integer. int(numbers) The numbers argument can be a scalar or range of numbers. Any missing value or text string contained within a range is ignored and returned as the string or missing value. 0}. prec, round interpolate Summary Syntax The interpolate function performs linear interpolation on a set of X,Y pairs defined by an x range and a y range. The function returns a range of interpolated y values from a range of values between the minimum and maximum of the x range.

Summary The ape function is used for the polynomials, rational polynomials and other functions which can be expressed as linear functions of the parameters. A linear least squares estimation procedure is used to obtain the parameter estimates. The ape function is used to automatically generate the initial parameter estimates for SigmaPlot’s nonlinear curve fitter from the equation provided. , ln(x)). Any missing value or text string contained within one of the ranges is ignored and will not be treated as a data point.

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