The goal of this project was to produce a useable software development system for the Digital Group M6800 microcomputer. The design was to have implemented the command language of the Digital Group Z-80 operating system and and have the capability of assembling source programs written using the Motorola M6800 assembly language mnemonics. The program developed to fulfill these requirements was assembled using the Motorola M6800 cross assembler and occupies approximately 7K bytes of memory. The functions provided include an editor package for the entry and modification of source programs, an assembler which meets the design goal and a debugger package to facilitate the checkout and execution of the programs which will be developed using this system.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Computer programs; Computer programming; Microcomputers--Programming
Department, Program, or Center
Microelectronic Engineering (KGCOE)
Salem, E. R.
Moore, John Michael, "A software development system for the Motorola M6800" (1979). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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