An assembly instrction is converted into binary, also known as the machine code by the assembler. And it contains only 0s and 1s yes /no?
Then, the microcode handles the 1s and 0s of the assmelby instrcution that was convereted before. Yes or no?
Does the processor understand the microcode, but not the the machine code in that case?
Assmebly(mnemonics) >Assembler(to binary)> Micorcode(binary?) >silicone
What is the language used to do microcoding?
Where does the microcode live in the processsor ?
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For starters, please try and remember that silicon and silicone are two ver, very, very different things. Silicon is what we use in semiconductors, silicone is not :)
2: Yes, more or less.
3: Machine code is what is put onto the data lines by RAM/ROM. So as …
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