Paul Bates

Paul Bates

is creating MEK6800D2 Sample Programs

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I had been working with computers since the mid-60s and to learn about the emerging world of microprocessors, picked up a Motorola M6800 Evaluation Kit (the MEK6800D2) sometime in late 1976. Having a background in IBM 360 Basic Assembly Language and Channel Programming, the 6800 instruction set was primitive and coding was trivial, but the renewed thrill of hands-on, interactive programming was priceless. For those of you wishing to learn the fundamentals of computer processing from the coding bits up, we'll delve into the wonderful world of machine language programming using the MEK6800D2 and have some fun along the way.
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(we have to start somewhere)

I had been working with computers since the mid-60s and to learn about the emerging world of microprocessors, picked up a Motorola M6800 Evaluation Kit (the MEK6800D2) sometime in late 1976. Having a background in IBM 360 Basic Assembly Language and Channel Programming, the 6800 instruction set was primitive and coding was trivial, but the renewed thrill of hands-on, interactive programming was priceless. For those of you wishing to learn the fundamentals of computer processing from the coding bits up, we'll delve into the wonderful world of machine language programming using the MEK6800D2 and have some fun along the way.

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Tier One
$5 or more per month

(we have to start somewhere)