Unknown 8085 opcodes

Adrian Graham witchy at binarydinosaurs.co.uk
Wed Jan 11 12:28:35 CST 2017

On 11/01/2017 17:49, "Fred Cisin" <cisin at xenosoft.com> wrote:

> .COM V .EXE file extension)
>> I'll have a closer look at DASMx's parameters when I get home, that's the
>> freeware one but it seems to make a better job of it than the commercial
>> version, though both the D8741A and ROM dumps produce the same unknown
>> opcodes.
>> If anyone knows of others please shout up.
> Yes, wouldn't it be nice if a disassembler would have the smarts to
> recognize that certain bites are text, to decipher 32 bit floating point
> numbers, parse and display AES DIRectory entries, notice and invert
> BIG-endian V little-endian numbers, look up what any INT call is heading
> for, recognize string terminator characters, and spell check any text that
> it finds, . . .

Heh, point taken. I did actually run the code through a debugger with an
entry point and asked it to produce a listing from that so I'm not just
stabbing in the dark.

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