8080 Complier Recommendation

From: Edwin P. Groot <epgroot_at_ucdavis.edu>
Date: Fri Feb 23 01:08:45 2001

     Are you talking about an ::assembler::? If so, Z-80 doesn't matter as
an assembler for the 8080, since Z-80 is a superset of 8080. Just don't use
the Z-80 - specific opcodes. TASM reminds me of Borland Turbo Assembler.
    With regards to a higher-level language compiler, there might be
directives to specify 8080 or Z-80 opcodes in the object file.


At 16:02 2/22/01 -0500, you wrote:
>Hello, all:
> Does anyone have a "favorite" compiler recommendation for the 8080?
>I have TASM, which I like for the 6502, but it only does the Z80, which has
>different opcodes. Thanks.
>Rich Cini
Received on Fri Feb 23 2001 - 01:08:45 GMT

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