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////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
//
// Filename:    optest.cpp
// Filename:    optest.cpp
//
//
// Project:     Zip CPU -- a small, lightweight, RISC CPU core
// Project:     Zip CPU -- a small, lightweight, RISC CPU core
//
//
// Purpose:     A quick test of whether we can decode opcodes properly.  This
// Purpose:     A quick test of whether we can decode opcodes properly.  This
//              test bypasses the assembler, and is useful when the assembler
//              test bypasses the assembler, and is useful when the assembler
//              isn't working.  Now that we've got the assembler running, this
//      isn't working.  Now that we've got the assembler running, this code
//              code isn't nearly as useful anymore.
//      isn't nearly as useful anymore.  
 
//
 
//      Even more, now that we switched instruction sets, this code is all the
 
//      more useless ... until updated.
//
//
// Creator:     Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
// Creator:     Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
//              Gisselquist Technology, LLC
//              Gisselquist Technology, LLC
//
//
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
//
// Copyright (C) 2015, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
// Copyright (C) 2015, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
//
//
// This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
// This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
// modify it under the terms of  the GNU General Public License as published
// modify it under the terms of  the GNU General Public License as published
// by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
// by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
// your option) any later version.
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//
//
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//
//
//
//
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdio.h>
 
 
#include "zopcodes.h"
#include "zopcodes.h"
 
 
 
 
void    optest(const ZIPI ins) {
void    optest(const ZIPI ins) {
        char    line[512];
        char    la[80], lb[80];
 
 
        zipi_to_string(ins, line);
        zipi_to_string(ins, la, lb);
        printf("0x%08x ->\t%s\n", ins, line);
        printf("0x%08x ->\t%-24s\t%-24s\n", ins, la, lb);
}
}
 
 
int main(int argc, char **argv) {
int main(int argc, char **argv) {
        char    line[512];
        char    line[512];
 
 
        optest(0x00000000);     // CMP $0,R0
        optest(0x00000000);     // CMP $0,R0
        optest(0x0f000000);     // CMP $0,PC
        optest(0x0f000000);     // CMP $0,PC
        optest(0x0e0fffff);     // CMP $-1,CC
        optest(0x0e0fffff);     // CMP $-1,CC
        optest(0x2f007fff);     // MOV $-1+R0,PC -> JMP $-1+R0
        optest(0x2f007fff);     // MOV $-1+R0,PC -> JMP $-1+R0
        optest(0x2f0f7fff);     // MOV $-1+PC,PC -> BRA $-1
        optest(0x2f0f7fff);     // MOV $-1+PC,PC -> BRA $-1
        optest(0x2f2f7fff);     // BRZ $-1+R0
        optest(0x2f2f7fff);     // BRZ $-1+R0
        optest(0x2f4fffff);     // MOV.NE $-1+uPC,PC
        optest(0x2f4fffff);     // MOV.NE $-1+uPC,PC
        optest(0xbe000010);     // HALT
        optest(0xbe000010);     // HALT
        optest(0xbe000020);     // RTU
        optest(0xbe000020);     // RTU
        optest(0x9e00005f);     // INT
        optest(0x9e00005f);     // INT
        optest(0xc6160000);     // CLR R6
        optest(0xc6160000);     // CLR R6
        optest(0xcf1f0000);     // CLR R6
        optest(0xcf1f0000);     // CLR R6
        optest(0xce1e0000);     // CLR CC
        optest(0xce1e0000);     // CLR CC
        optest(0xcd1d0000);     // CLR SP
        optest(0xcd1d0000);     // CLR SP
        optest(0xc71e0000);     // XOR CC,R7
        optest(0xc71e0000);     // XOR CC,R7
        optest(0x2f0f7fff);     // BRA $-1
        optest(0x2f0f7fff);     // BRA $-1
        optest(0x2f2f7fff);     // BRZ $-1
        optest(0x2f2f7fff);     // BRZ $-1
        optest(0x2f4f7fff);     // BNE $-1
        optest(0x2f4f7fff);     // BNE $-1
        optest(0xa0000000);     // ADD $0,R0
        optest(0xa0000000);     // ADD $0,R0
        optest(0xaf030350);     // ADD $0x197456,PC -> LJMP $197456+PC
        optest(0xaf030350);     // ADD $0x197456,PC -> LJMP $197456+PC
        optest(0xaf230350);     // ADD.Z $0x197456,PC -> LJMP.Z $197456+PC
        optest(0xaf230350);     // ADD.Z $0x197456,PC -> LJMP.Z $197456+PC
        optest(0x4e000000);     // NOOP
        optest(0x4e000000);     // NOOP
        optest(0x4f000000);     // LODILO $0,R0
        optest(0x4f000000);     // LODILO $0,R0
        optest(0x4f00ffff);     // LODILO $0,R0
        optest(0x4f00ffff);     // LODILO $0,R0
        optest(0x4f057fff);     // LODILO $0,R5
        optest(0x4f057fff);     // LODILO $0,R5
        optest(0x4f0c0001);     // LODILO $0,R12
        optest(0x4f0c0001);     // LODILO $0,R12
        optest(0x4f1d0001);     // LODIHI $0,SP
        optest(0x4f1d0001);     // LODIHI $0,SP
        optest(0x601f0007);     // LOD ($7+PC),R0
        optest(0x601f0007);     // LOD ($7+PC),R0
        optest(0x60df000f);     // LOD.C $15(PC),R0
        optest(0x60df000f);     // LOD.C $15(PC),R0
        optest(0x6cff003f);     // LOD.V $63(PC),R12
        optest(0x6cff003f);     // LOD.V $63(PC),R12
        optest(0x701f0007);     // STO R0,($7+PC)
        optest(0x701f0007);     // STO R0,($7+PC)
        optest(0x70000007);     // STO R0,($7)
        optest(0x70000007);     // STO R0,($7)
        optest(0x701f0000);     // STO R0,(PC)
        optest(0x701f0000);     // STO R0,(PC)
 
 
        optest(0xc0100000);     // CLR R0
        optest(0xc0100000);     // CLR R0
        optest(0x21000000);     // MOV R0,R1
        optest(0x21000000);     // MOV R0,R1
        optest(0x22000001);     // MOV $1+$0,R2
        optest(0x22000001);     // MOV $1+$0,R2
        optest(0x23000002);     // MOV $2+$0,R3
        optest(0x23000002);     // MOV $2+$0,R3
        optest(0x24000022);     // MOV $22h+$0,R4
        optest(0x24000022);     // MOV $22h+$0,R4
        optest(0x25100377);     // MOV $337h+$0,uR5
        optest(0x25100377);     // MOV $337h+$0,uR5
 
 
}
}
 
 
 
 

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