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    Timer alerts processor for a status scan of I/O device every 20 ms. I/O device interface has two 8-bit ports: status and data output.
    Compute the time it takes to get the status and service the device, with an 8-MHz processor clock rate. All instructions take 12 clock cycles.
    State your assumptions, if any.

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    As nothing is mentioned about the instructions executed during servicing the device, we assume that the processor simply reads the 8 bit data from the data output port of the device, in the name of ...

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    As nothing is mentioned about the activity during servicing the device, it is assumed that the processor simply reads out the 8 bit data from the data output port of the device, when servicing it.

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