6.4.9. TIF format file

The TIF file is very similar to the TICTalk file as shown in Example 6.6, with the difference that all the constant definitions have been substituted with their hexadecimal values and each line reflects a single test cycle. The previous example compiled and executed outputs the following TIF. Lines preceded with a semicolon (;) are comments that the simulator prints on the screen while the test is being executed.

Example 6.6. 

; Addressing location 84000000
A 84000000
; Writing data 55555555
W 55555555
; Addressing location 84000008
A 84000008
; Writing data 000000C0
W 000000C0
; Addressing location 84000004
A 84000004
; Reading. Expected: 55555547. Mask: 0000FFFF
R 55555547 0000FFFF
A ZZZZZZZZ
; Addressing location 84000000
A 84000000
; Writing data DADADADA
W DADADADA
; Reading. Expected: DADADADA. Mask: 0000FFFF
R DADADADA 0000FFFF
; Reading. Expected: 000000C0. Mask: 000000CC
R 000000C0 000000CC
A ZZZZZZZZ
; Addressing location 84000004
A 84000004
; Reading. Expected: AAAAAAB8. Mask: 00000000
R AAAAAAB8 00000000
A ZZZZZZZZ
; Writing data 000000C4
W 000000C4
; Writing data 12345678
W 12345678
; Looping for 5 cycles
L 5
; Addressing cycle at end
A 00000000
; Exiting Test Mode
E ZZZZZZZZ
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