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What is the difference between vectored and non vectored interrupt …

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Non-Vectored Interrupts are those in which vector address is not predefined. The interrupting device gives the address of sub-routine for these interrupts. INTR is the only non-vectored interrupt in 8085 microprocessor.

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Is an interrupt who has a common ISR, which is common to all non-vectored interrupts in the system. The address of this common ISR is known to the CPU ..

 

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