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chlumpie
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hi there, onegaishimassss

Post by chlumpie » Fri May 22, 2020 9:47 am

i grew up in the 80ies with c64, basic, simon's basic and that was already it. the amiga came together with my testicles growing production - adole-scene. i love demos/intros. after some school i programmed plcs (siemens, rockwell & mitsubishi) for 14yrs to earn money. now, i buy software. so i miss the coding.
started '19 with intros, mostly glsl. started then to learn 6502 asm to get into asm. i still have an old atari vcs, so... 6507, 128byte ram - fantastic.

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Re: hi there, onegaishimassss

Post by akuyou » Sun May 24, 2020 9:29 am

Welcome to the forum! interesting to hear of your experiences with the old machines, I was a CPC person myself.

I only did basic back in the days, and these days I don't do so much programming in my day job, so it's great to get to do some programming for fun in assembly!

So you're looking at 6502 these days eh? fantastic! I look forward to hearing more about what you're working on.
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Interested in CPU's :Z80,6502,68000,6809,ARM,8086,RISC-V
Learning: 65816,ARM,8086,6809

chlumpie
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Re: hi there, onegaishimassss

Post by chlumpie » Sun May 24, 2020 10:57 am

thanx. yeah, the 6502 has not a huge command set and not too many registers. perfect to get into it. my firstie was this: [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9n4WSeBBWU[/youtube]
...but im also curious in z80, master system. just found the "rasm" that has a cruncher built in - just to stay below 4kB.

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