Assembler cheat sheets?

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Assembler cheat sheets?

Hello all,
perhaps a stupid question. But I want to do more work in assembler to learn more about assembler etc. However I prefer to have it printed out on paper. Now i know the datasheet for each device lists the instructions. However, this is a kinda LONG list :P

I am looking for something more compact, IF it excists. :-). I am not really into the complex design atm. So far only needs for configuring a 2.4GHZ transciever trhough SPI and having an UART perhiperal communicate with it.

Some DC motor(pwm), servo motor and sensor(ADC)(and external I2C ADCs) readings.

Oh the mcu I am using is a dsPIC33FJ128GP804. Why not a MC you ask? Don't know I wanted a General Purpose controller, so I can use it with multiple designs :P

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    RE: Assembler cheat sheets? 2008/07/25 03:15:50 (permalink)
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    Hello Daan,
     
    You have chosen one of the most beautiful controller families on this planet. Although the C30 compiler produces very good code, the assembly language is just a jewel. And whatever language one is using, the architecture of the chip and its assembly language is a must know.
     
    So, for a quick reference guide to the assembly look here: http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/51322d.pdf
     
    Groet
     
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    RE: Assembler cheat sheets? 2008/07/25 03:29:08 (permalink)
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    Thanks alot. had been looking for that.

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