[Coco] CCASM winclude/wincludebin
robert.gault at worldnet.att.net
Wed Jan 24 08:44:46 EST 2007
> Roger, That is a great idea, For assembly novices like me it is perfect, but you would have to have a comment next to the routine, So we novices can determine what it does. But overall I'd be 1 of the first to use this routine depot to access assembly code.
> I'm getting a feel for assembly language, I can look at a line of source code, And see what it does and it's purpose in the program, What is tripping me over at times, Is when I see a line like .LDA.#5.03000 .
> But thanks to Mr Gault's help. I learn't it was edtasm code. So it can be ignored after the #5.
> So without some sort of help this same line of code would have me stumped everytime.
> So having a place to search through for ready made routines would be perfect for Novices and Hard-core programmers to use and have. Why make yourself work harder when you have all you need already. At the click of a key.
Briza, that's not what I said. You are looking at ascii source code with
a raw file editor that does not display TABs and CR. Since the raw file
editor is not showing the data line by line but byte by byte, it makes
you think line numbers are part of the code.
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