TEA, an 8080/8085 Co-resident Editor/assembler

TEA, an 8080/8085 Co-resident Editor/assembler

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Using the editor; Using the assembler; I?O device conventions.(2) Once the entire source program has been edited and saved on the IOP device in blocks, the X ( ASSEMBLE ) ... If you wish to switch from one numbering system to the other, simply enter a CTRL/C and TEA will respond with C=, since it is back in ... If any errors occurred, the block number printed in the error message can be used to locate the block of source code that ... Once the dollar sign at the end of the paper tape is detected, TEA will punch a trailer on the paper tape, type theanbsp;...

Title:TEA, an 8080/8085 Co-resident Editor/assembler
Author:Christopher A. Titus
Publisher:Sams Technical Publishing - 1979-01-01


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