|Writing Assembler! firstname.lastname@example.org (Khoo Kiak Wei) (1997-05-13)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! email@example.com (1997-05-14)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! firstname.lastname@example.org (Clark L. Coleman) (1997-05-16)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! email@example.com (1997-05-17)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! firstname.lastname@example.org (Ben Bullock) (1997-05-17)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! email@example.com (1997-05-17)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! firstname.lastname@example.org (Mr J R Hall) (1997-05-22)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! email@example.com (JUKKA) (1997-05-22)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! firstname.lastname@example.org (Charles Fiterman) (1997-05-22)|
|Re: Writing Assembler! email@example.com (1997-05-25)|
|[13 later articles]|
|Date:||17 May 1997 00:03:57 -0400|
|Organization:||The Internet Plaza|
>Khoo Kiak Wei wrote:
>> I am planning to write a generic assembler, as a work of learning
>> flex and bison. However, after reading a book on Lex and Yacc, I am
>> still confused on how should I start!?
>> If any of you know of any sample code on assembler or good books talking
>> on the assembler construction, I would like to hear from you please!
I am just a few inches away from finishing a machinelanguage generator
in QBASIC. Since it is in QBASIC everybody could easily understand it!
At my homepage you find further pointers. And I can tell you that if
you are not into C++ that you can not find a 8086 assembler source as
far as I know( otherwise GNU has one and of course there is NASM)
[ preserve with caution: I do not usually advertise it a lot!]
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