8080 Assembler-Text Editor (ATE)
rigdonj at cfl.rr.com
Mon Apr 17 11:03:00 CDT 2006
At 03:18 PM 4/16/06 -0600, you wrote:
>Chuck Guzis wrote:
>> Do you want to rephrase that? I do recall a simple assembler that did not
>> implement alpha constant strings longer than 2 bytes (as a DW). To code a
>> long string you had to do something like this:
>I found the book on the web after a google search.
>TEA, an 8080/8085 Co-Resident Editor/assembler
>I can't find any used copies of the book however.
I believe that I have a copy that I bought off of E-bay. I went and
looked for it but couldn't find it (I have WAY too many books around here!)
However I did find a book on DBUG by Titus, Titus, Rony and Larsen. It's
one of the Blacksburg series of Bugbooks. I've never used it but it says
that it can run in 1k!
>On the lighter side, I found a on-line archive of DTACK GROUNDED.
>Interesting reading -- Nov 1981 $104 for a 4 MHZ 68000 CPU.
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