This Cheat Sheet is part of the Ultimate AVR Cheat Sheet Project. This part of the project teaches the basic syntax of the Assembly language for AVRs and brings some tips and tricks on how to program AVR microcontrollers using Assembly language. Caution: All code examples were written to be compatible with AVRASM2 Assembler from Microchip Technology Incorporated (formerly Atmel Corporation). If you use a different assembler program, you must adapt the codes to your program syntax.
Main topics for Quiz #2: Ch. 5 program performance: understand the blockers, with examples of each, and the main solutions at this level, also the bounds on the measures of performance; Ch. 6 The memory hierarchy: disks, all cache; Ch. 7: Linking: very limited coverage, essentially, symbols and what the linker does with each type, the process of linking, and Ch. 8 Exceptional control flow up to what we covered on Lecture #12.