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Old 01 June 2008, 21:42   #1
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ASM Uni Course

A guy I work with is doing a computer science degree at uni..

He left some of his paperwork lying around the other day and he is covering 680x0 coding..

If anyone is interested I might be able to get his course tutorials and scan them..

So?
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Old 01 June 2008, 22:00   #2
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Does that include tutorials for complete asm noobs?
Something for someone who tried a dozen of times and always failed at the very beginning?
If so, me wants!
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Old 01 June 2008, 22:13   #3
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I've not really seen much other than what was on the table at work..

I'll ask him Saturday when I see him!
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Old 01 June 2008, 22:40   #4
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Don't get too excited. When I did a 68K module at uni all it was just flashing LEDs and detecting button presses We were using 68010 single board VMEs connected via serial & HyperTerminal on PCs. Needless to say I aced that class

But purely being nosey I'd like to see his couse layout
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Old 01 June 2008, 23:11   #5
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of course i'd take a look regardless! like musashi5150, it's always good to have a snoop!
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Old 01 June 2008, 23:14   #6
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If anyone is interested I might be able to get his course tutorials and scan them..

So?
If it's no trouble, then I'd like to have a look at those
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I spoke to him today and he said I can have all his course stuff so looking good
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Old 03 June 2008, 17:07   #8
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I would also be interested in taking a look if possible.....
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He didn't come into work for past 2 weeks.. i'll bug him soon
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Looking forward to it.
How different is 680x0 ASM from Amiga ASM?
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Old 16 June 2008, 16:24   #15
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Looking forward to it.
How different is 680x0 ASM from Amiga ASM?
There's no such thing as "Amiga ASM" as 680x0 asm = 680x0 asm.
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Old 16 June 2008, 16:39   #16
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You certainly have things in an Amiga that you need to bang with ASM and are not 680x0 (custom chips)
That is what I meant.
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You certainly have things in an Amiga that you need to bang with ASM and are not 680x0 (custom chips)
That is what I meant.

Custom chips are programmed in plain 68k assembler.
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I took an ASM course at university back in 2002. Funny thing is it was about "computer architecture" so I did not knew it had anything to do with ASM. LOL, anyway the first classes where so interesting to go to, but then when we had to learn RISC ASM programming and the teacher suggested we trace logic routes or something I pretty much knew at that time I would never finish it at that time, so I skipped it and replaced it with something else next semester.
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Custom chips are programmed in plain 68k assembler.
I know i am a complete newbie (hence my interest in this thread), so I don't understand a thing. ;(

I guess the difference between platforms is the memory map?
But the "language" itself (mnemonics etc.) remains unchanged as long as it's 680x0, 65XX, etc...


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Akira I am more than happy to spend a few hours on IRC going over a few bits n bobs.. Others have helped me a lot, and me helping others helps me too if you follow..

This is why I enjoy chatting to Horace, we are both new and we both learn off each other
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