[Coladam] ADAM Assembly Programming
rm2892 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 18 03:43:56 CET 2012
Thanks Rich. When one needs a source, one goes to the source.
And that would be you my friend. <evil grin>
On 2012-02-17, at 6:20 PM, Frances and/or Richard Clee wrote:
> You are picking on me again. Anyway somewhere in my catacombs I may have
> a MacADAM disc, but don't expect an early report. I think there are
> still some copies of Guy Cousineau's book I was selling for ANN left
> lying around. Don't know if I have any books on Z-80 assembly language
> or not. Do have CP/M on disc, maybe tape, with docs and box, for sale if
> that's any help.
> Just don't expect any quick answers - these days I'm feeling every day
> of 80 years old and some days more. - rich
> On 2/17/2012 7:40 PM, Ron Mitchell wrote:
>> Oh….. forgot to mention….
>> There is an assembler for ADAM's native operating system -EOS - which provides a complete environment for assembly language development. It's called MACADAM. Not sure if it's public domain, or where it's available, but it comes fully documented. I think it assumes that you already know Z80 assembly language. There is a doc file but I'm not sure how far it goes. Perhaps Rich Clee can tell us whether it's available anywhere for sale.
>> On 2012-02-17, at 11:17 AM, Kevin Powers wrote:
>>> How does one go about doing assembly programming (or Pascal or C or
>>> otherwise higher-end-than-BASIC/LOGO) programming on the ADAM? Is it
>>> possible to access the more high-end graphics/sound functions of the
>>> ADAM (such as those used by cartridges or Super Game Packs) via BASIC
>>> or an assembler?
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