Unknown 8085 opcodes

Toby Thain toby at telegraphics.com.au
Thu Jan 12 08:44:34 CST 2017

On 2017-01-11 11:45 PM, Mouse wrote:
>> Good list there, the onlinedebugger looked the most promising but it
>> doesn't do 8080/8085 either.
> I built a disassembler years ago to pick apart captured malware.  By
> now it handles about a dozen ISAs.  While 8080 and 8085 are not on the
> list, Z-80 is; adding 8080 would be a relatively simple thing.  I've
> added that to my to-do list; if someone can point me to 8080/8085
> machine language documentation that would save me some searching (which

lists several books and the manuals on the first page.

> is something I'm not much good at in these days when frickin'
> *everything* is shoehorned into a Web page).
> In case anyone is interested, I export it via git.  The thing to clone
> is git://git.rodents-montreal.org/Mouse/disas, though it hasn't had
> much testing off my systems and thus probably contains localisms.
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