In a computer's central processing unit (CPU), an accumulator is a register in
which intermediate arithmetic and logic results are stored. Without a register like
An accumulator is a register for short-term, intermediate storage of arithmetic and
logic data in a computer's CPU (central processing unit).
LOAD the number from a particular RAM location into the accumulator. (original
... CPU has one "accumulator" for arithmetic and input & output. – a place to ...
There are a number of special purpose registers within the CPU. ... LDA 3001,
This instruction will load the data at address 3001 into the accumulator. ADC #3 ...
Mar 15, 2013 ... Go inside the computer to uncover the inner workings of the CPU ... that holds the
output of the ALU is called the Accumulator in the book.
CPU Architecture - Learning digital computer organization in simple and easy ... It
includes the accumulator, temporary register, arithmetic & logic circuit & and ...
Computer Organization Tutorial will cove CPU architecture with details on ALU,
Accumulator, Program Counter, general purpose Registers, IR, instruction ...
Feb 22, 2012 ... Wikipedia says that many of the early machines were accumulator-based
machines. My guess is that in those machines the accumulator did ...
The CPU is composed of five basic components: RAM, registers, buses, the ALU
... the Instruction Register (IR), the Program Counter (PC), and the Accumulator.
This processor that I designed and built is an accumulator-memory machine, that
is, a single register is used in programming. I wanted an instruction set similar ...