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[#] Fri Oct 07 2022 09:20:27 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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I spent many, many years on a TRS-80 Model III quite happily. Z80 is a

great platform to learn assembly language. I was already a wiz at

That's true. I learned on Z80 and 6502, and then in 11th grade I took an assembly class for the easy A, and they were teaching it on 8086, complete with its awful segmented addressing. I couldn't imagine what it must have been like for people who weren't computer nerds trying to make it through that.

[#] Fri Oct 07 2022 17:36:05 EDT from Nurb432

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i started on an 8080, it was the shiny object at the time.

Later in middle school, i designed my own CPU ... ( cobbled together using discrete gates and eProms once i realized that you could save TONS of gates by using logic tables inside a ROM..  ).  it didnt do much, but it did function...

Fri Oct 07 2022 09:20:27 AM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar
That's true. I learned on Z80 and 6502, and then in 11th grade I took an assembly class for the easy A, and they were teaching it on 8086, complete with its awful segmented addressing. I couldn't imagine what it must have been like for people who weren't computer nerds trying to make it through that.

 



[#] Sat Oct 08 2022 00:40:18 EDT from test2

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6502 assembly. scratchin on bare metal. fav



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