Different types of addressing modes, Computer Engineering

Described different types of addressing modes available?

Ans: The various types of addressing modes available are following:

  •   Register addressing mode
  •   Immediate addressing mode
  •   Indirect addressing mode
  •   Direct or absolute addressing mode
  •   Relative addressing mode
  •   Auto increment
  •   Indexed addressing mode
  •   Auto decrement

 

Posted Date: 10/13/2012 8:03:02 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Different types of addressing modes, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Different types of addressing modes, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Different types of addressing modes Discussions

Write discussion on Different types of addressing modes
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
An EFI boot manager is also used to select and load the operating system, removing the require for a dedicated boot loader mechanism

Q. When an object travels with constant velocity does its average velocity during any time interval differ from its instantaneous velocity at any instant? Answer:- No It i

raster scan and random display technology

Allocation of Bits among Opcode and Operand The trade-off here is between numbers of bits of opcode vs. the addressing capabilities. An interesting development in this regard i

Explain bit-O-Ring technique. The micro program represents that branches are not always made to a one branch address. This is a direct consequence of combining easy micro routi

Logical functions   We have discussed the If, 'While and For' Statements, and have used expressions within our syntax i.e.           If ( expression)           Statement 1;

Register transfer - computer architecture: Register transfer: The output and input gates for register Ri are controlled by the signals Riout and Riin respectively.

Multiple Layers of Intranet Security Security requirements vary from organisation to organisation. They also vary on the content that the organisations intend to place on their

Write a 'C' functions to arrange the elements of an integer array in such a way that all the negative elements are before the positive elements. The array is passed to it as an arg

Q. Diffrence between RISC and CISC architecture? CISCs provide better support for high-level languages since they include high-level language constructs such as CASE, CALL etc