Description of the program counter and the data pointer, Electrical Engineering

Questions:

a) Give a brief description of the program counter and the data pointer, including their differences.

b) Briefly describe what are Byte-Level logical operations and Bit-Level logical operations.

c) Identify three ways how to reduce cost in embedded systems.

d) Briefly comment on the "A" register and the "B" register of the 8051 microcontroller.

e) Briefly describe the concept of "Moving Data" in an embedded system.

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