Who has coded (asm) demos on the biggest nb of machines?

category: general [glöplog]
Calexico: I don't know if it is a good thing or not, but I could read that hex dump without much thought...

lda #$00
sta $d020
sta $d021

added on the 2008-07-26 01:27:45 by Sdw Sdw
Sdw, must be due to the example. That beginning is like a 6510 ASM meme ;-)

I think you'll also never forget the same thing in cbm-basic:
10 Poke 53280,0:Poke53281,0

Let's say, someone wrote it like that:
10 A=0:BG=53280

it would be much harder to recognize this without much thought ;-)
added on the 2008-07-26 05:33:17 by scythoior scythoior
but who has coded the biggest number?
added on the 2008-07-26 10:15:26 by nosfe nosfe
2) and the move machine. basically the ALU and the PC are memory
mapped and you can access them as memory positions.

Didn't knew about that one. Thanks for pointing it.
added on the 2008-07-26 13:53:01 by baah baah
sdw: That is because I also only know very few opcodes without looking them up :)

>C000 78 EE 20 D0 4C 01 C0 00

added on the 2008-07-26 14:05:50 by Calexico Calexico
I've coded in assembler on at least 5 different Amiga 1200s.
added on the 2008-07-27 10:32:26 by Blueberry Blueberry
A possible winner: BITS

All depends upon what you cal coding! ;)
added on the 2008-08-10 23:06:31 by baah baah
Z80 / 8085 / 6502-VCS / 8088-80x86 / 68000 / 8051-8032 / ARM / PIC / MIPS / TI-320Cxx DSP
added on the 2008-08-11 05:01:51 by CrzyClst CrzyClst
^^^ I know I missed a couple up there.... ^^^
added on the 2008-08-11 05:03:18 by CrzyClst CrzyClst