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Intel Hex to assambler converter

Posted on 1997-06-25
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Can someone please tell me where to find a converter.
I need it fast and it must be cheap.

Regards Calle
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Dirt cheap - comes with MSDOS:

save the hex data to a file
type
DEBUG filename <Enter>
U <Enter>
to continue the listing type U <enter> again.
Only problem is, it doesn't support 386 pmode instructions.

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