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IC Tester Using Assembly

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Hi,

I'm asked to program an IC Tester in Assembly language for a lab project. It should test the basic 74 logic gates, check their functionality and carry out the combinations to check the truth table. Then I'll download it to the MTS-86 kit via 8255 PPI. I can't figure out how to start this code? What should my code look like? Can anyone give me a hand please? It's urgent :)
 

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The first step is to draw a Flow Chart so you have an outline of what you are going to programme.

The first step in the FC would be to input a code (eg. 7400) of some kind to indicate the IC to be tested.

Then the pin connections & type of IC (eg. NAND gate, NOR gate, etc.) for this IC could be read from the EEPROM.
 

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i's gonna be 86-Microprocessors based (via PPI). so Assembly for x86 is what i'm supposed to use. and i'll test a simple AND gate. i need help software-wise, how and what should i code? can anyone show me similar examples? please
 
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