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James E. Hendrix improved and extended the original compiler, and wrote . Small-C is a retargetable compiler
James E. Hendrix improved and extended the original compiler, and wrote The Small-C Handbook. The provided source code was released with management permission into the public domain. Small-C is a retargetable compiler.
It is written in SMALL C and provided as source code. It is supposed to be easy to port to other processors. This version will handle the 8080, and Z80, CPU's. Small C for the UNIX platform : 35K The code needs some modifications (just renaming some functions) to work under Linux. Works fine with NetBSD, though.
This page will list some of them, and will discuss where to get the assemblers, what they are good for, and where they are used the most. The GNU assembler is most common as the assembly back-end to the GCC compiler.
This small assembler has some nice gadgets: it is a quite fast tokenizing single-pass assembler with backpatching. It knows all official Z80 opcodes and some undocumented opcodes (mainly with ''IX'' and ''IY''). The Z80 syntax is documented in the Zilog documentation. The Z80 syntax is documented in the Zilog documentation ' (modulo), ''&'' (and), '''' (or), ''!'' (not), ''^'' (xor), ''<<'' (shift left) and '' >.
The one we will use in CS216 is the Microsoft Macro Assembler (MASM) assembler. MASM uses the standard Intel syntax for writing x86 assembly code
The one we will use in CS216 is the Microsoft Macro Assembler (MASM) assembler. MASM uses the standard Intel syntax for writing x86 assembly code. The full x86 instruction set is large and complex (Intel's x86 instruction set manuals comprise over 2900 pages), and we do not cover it all in this guide. For example, there is a 16-bit subset of the x86 instruction set. Using the 16-bit programming model can be quite complex. It has a segmented memory model, more restrictions on register usage, and so on.