|Description||Load Writeable Control Store|
|Architecture||NORD-10, ND-100 (ND-110)|
Microprogram addresses from 74008 to 77778 will then be accessible. When the instruction is finished, all microprogram addresses are legal and illegal instruct. ROM out of range interrupt will never occur.
The LWCS-instruction must always be performed before executing instructions using microaddresses in the range 4000-7777. This is necessary even if no writeable control store option is installed. The microinstructions from 4000 to 7777 are only used by instructions described in the chapters on the CE or CX options.
LWCS is a no-operation in the ND-110. The ND-110 is software compatible but not microcode compatible and writing to the writable control store has no meaning in the ND-110. A no-operation is executed so that programs written for the ND-100 and NORD-10 can continue.