bootstrapping from ECHO
dave.long at bluewin.ch
Sat Apr 23 13:40:53 EDT 2011
> I haven't successfully run it yet.
Hope I typed it in properly then...
Here's something that looks a bit like a DEBUG with a symbol table:
Robert Ford Denison, "A 2K Symbolic Assembler for the 6502"
The best part, though, is how the cover art looks suspiciously more
EE than CS. Why?
> Cover: Schematics for a 5V, 3A regulated power supply and a 1K x 8
> read/write memory block. The power supply and three such memory
> blocks can be added to the basic KIM-1 microcomputer to provide the
> 4K RAM required by this assembler. Parts are available from Jameco
(... and then Appendix A includes a discussion of building a
keyboard, along with suitable driver code)
In 2011 I was too lazy to travel a few hundred meters to get a
reasonable keyboard; apparently in 1979 bootstrapping included
breaking out the soldering iron!
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