AS02 v1.30



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AS02 v1.30 is an assembler for Motorola 6800, 6801, 6802, and 6803 microprocessors. It reads input from an ASCII text file, assembles this into memory, and then writes a listing and a binary or hex file. Features of AS02 include: quick two-pass assembly; support for binary, s-records or intel-hex output file formats; optional generation of a debug info file; three segments (code, data, bss) for ROM-based softwares; a 'struct' keyword for easy declarations; an instruction cycle count in the listing; full conditional assembly with CPU identifying defines; C-style expressions; support for long file names when running in a Windows DOS box; and full macro ability. It accepts 6801and 6803 instruction set extensions to the Motorola 6800 and 6802. This can be enabled from the commandline using -x option. AS02 runs under MS-DOS 3.x+ or compatible systems.


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File Size 50 KB
Released On 2/3/2000
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