MITS 8800B CPU Board
tomj at wps.com
Thu Jun 16 00:25:30 CDT 2005
On Wed, 15 Jun 2005, Randy McLaughlin wrote:
> 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.
I did lots of vanilla 8080, and all my Z80 work was in TDL/Xitan
syntax, which was an extention of the Intel 8080 language; I never
liked Zilog mnemonics, because they implied the order code was
orthogonal, when it was anything but. TDL/Xitan syntax simply
extended the mess Intel made in the first place.
I used Phoenix Software's PASM for PDOS, CP/M-80 and later MSDOS.
Still have it!
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