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I used to work on assembly programming( 8085 ) about 6 years ago. Is there a little free editor/ simulator that I can use to get back in touch with assembly languages?

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Greg
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I use (and have for a long time used) A86 assembler.
http://eji.com/
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http://community.borland.com/museum
is supposed to have freebies now. I haven't checked lately, how applicable. But if nostalgic, what better place to go than a museum?
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Take a look at: 8085 Emulator for Dos with source code
http://www.simtel.net/pub/pd/27668.html
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by:cryptosid
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check this link, its a 8085 simulator that i built it will also give you timing diagrams of all instructions...
and what's more it runs in DOS too...

http://www.geocities.com/cryptosid/mup.zip

also get the patch to update it...

http://www.geocities.com/cryptosid/patch.zip

cheers
cryptosid
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