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TmX



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Easy 6502 by skilldrick

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6502 was written in a different age, a time when the majority of developers were writing assembly directly, rather than in these new-fangled high-level programming languages. So, it was designed to be written by humans. More modern assembly languages are meant to written by compilers, so let’s leave it to them. Plus, 6502 is fun. Nobody ever called x86 fun.


A nice tutorial + simulator to play with Very Happy
Post 08 Jul 2012, 09:47
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JohnFound



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Nobody ever called x86 fun.


I think x86 is fun.
I have huge experience with 6502 assembler. And yes, x86 is better for assembly programming.
Try to write division, using only add, sub and shifts and then we can discuss this matter again. Wink
Post 08 Jul 2012, 10:59
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