MITS 8800B CPU Board

Randy McLaughlin cctech at randy482.com
Wed Jun 15 14:30:56 CDT 2005


From: "Tom Jennings" <tomj at wps.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2005 2:24 PM


> On Tue, 14 Jun 2005, Allison wrote:
>
>>> di ; everyone shut up, please
>>> lxi h, epromstartaddress ; EPROM address
>>> lxi d, epromstartaddress ; likewise, I'm sure,
>>> lxi b, 2048 ; BC=EPROM size
>>> ldir ; whirl!
>>> in 0 ; disables EPROM
>>> ...
>>>
>>
>> Only one detail... the proposed cpu was 8080 (MITS 8800B)!
>
>> Horrid as it's mixed 8080/z80 code.
>
>
> Oh whatever -- it was an explanation, not a hex image for you to burn!

There were plenty of Z80 assemblers that used Intel mnemonics with Z80 
extensions and the code is correct for them.  The first great Z80 assembler, 
TDL is a good example.


Randy
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