Saturday, November 22, 2014

Understanding 6502 assembly on the Commodore 64 - (13) Watching the 6502 Think

I wrote a small program today, It takes a HEX value and returns the binary value onto the screen, or any other contiguous memory location.  I kept it simple, and while simple, still highly effective and adaptable.  What is more interesting though, is stepping through each process as the processor works towards the end of the program.  Thats what were going to do.  This is very hardware neutral code, Changing OURHEXNUM,TESTBYTE, and BIT7 to your preferred memory area will allow this to run on any 6502 based computer.

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