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1997\02\21@232942 by Ryan Willobee

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Daniel Perry wrote:
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> Hi to all.
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> First, does anyone know where i can get a freeware/shareware 6502 assembler
> for use on the pc?
>

There is a 6502/6510/8502 assembler at:

       http://indigo2.vsz.bme.hu/bali/download.htm#c64asm

It's an MS-DOS assembler written to produce code for the Commodore 64,
but because it ouputs a binary file it should work fine for any
6502/6510/8502 based machine.

I haven't had a chance to use the program much so I'll make no
statements on how well it works.  It does include some good
documentation.

Ryan


Yes, I still own a Commodore 128 (and Commodore 64) and I STILL write
code for them once in a while.  I think it keeps me inventive by only
having one accumulator register and two index registers to work with.

1997\02\21@234840 by Ryan Willobee

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Daniel Perry wrote:
>
> Hi to all.
>
> First, does anyone know where i can get a freeware/shareware 6502 assembler
> for use on the pc?
>


There is a 6502/6510/8502 assembler at:

       http://indigo2.vsz.bme.hu/bali/download.htm#c64asm

It's an MS-DOS assembler written to produce code for the Commodore 64,
but because it ouputs a binary file it should work fine for any
6502/6510/8502 based machine.

I haven't had a chance to use the program much so I'll make no
statements on how well it works.  It does include some good
documentation.

Ryan


Yes, I still own a Commodore 128 (and Commodore 64) and I STILL write
code for them once in a while.  I think it keeps me inventive by only
having one accumulator register and two index registers to work with.

1997\02\23@002606 by David Peter

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motorola home page has links to a few free assmeblers.  If you nee hlep
getting them email me and I'll help.  I presently don't know their home
page http.  But I'll help you if you need it.  Also check SimTel
locations.

Thanks,
David

1997\02\23@164905 by Andy Kunz

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>Yes, I still own a Commodore 128 (and Commodore 64) and I STILL write
>code for them once in a while.  I think it keeps me inventive by only
>having one accumulator register and two index registers to work with.

I wish a PIC a real index registers like the Z-80 did.  Now _those_ were nice!

Andy
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