drlegendre at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 01:27:54 CST 2016
I was wondering the same, but perhaps he needs physical hardware for some
specific purposes, like timing and so forth?
The emus (VICE) are quite good these days, though. I can hardly find
anything that VICE x64 won't run.
On Tue, Dec 13, 2016 at 1:20 AM, Sean Conner <spc at conman.org> wrote:
> It was thus said that the Great dwight once stated:
> > Hi
> > There has been so much PDP and other stuff lately I kind of feel out of
> > asking about 6502 stuff.
> > Anyway, I've mentioned on the 6502.org that QuickSort is not always the
> > sort. So I wrote a 6502 assembly sort but don't have a machine big
> enough to test it
> > on. I've only got my KIM-1 just working.
> > I was hoping someone would like to help me out, possible a Commodore64,
> > maybe even a PET or Apple II.
> > It needs about 24 page zero bytes and about 5K of RAM.
> > It sorts 1K of 16bit integers.
> > Anyway, if someone would like to help, let me know. I've made several
> > through the code and believe it to be close to bug free but know I'm
> > to have a couple left.
> > See it as a challenge!
> If you have a modern system, you could always download a 6502 emulator
> test it on that. Such a tactic wasn't even unheard of in the day---if I
> recall correctly, that's how Gates & Co. tested their first BASIC---on an
> emulated 8080.
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