Currently Being ModeratedNov 15, 2012 12:03 PM (in response to Keith Barkley)
He is using the board to do this, not a program. However, he wants us to fallow him using the computer. Only one person in class has been able to do this, however, he uses windows and a program that only runs on windows.
I think you input "MOV AX,BX" and get "8BCBH" as the output.
If Xcode can't do this, or something similer, do you know of any program for a Mac that can?
I think Terminal may be able to do this acording to:
But I have mot been able to get it to work (to set it up).
Again, thank you.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 15, 2012 5:41 PM (in response to squall20202)
He is using the board to do this, not a program.
This is what I get:
/Users/jdaniel $ echo MOV AX,BX > /tmp/test.as
/Users/jdaniel $ nasm /tmp/test.as -o /tmp/test.o
/Users/jdaniel $ hexdump /tmp/test.o
0000000 89 d8
I'm no assembler expert. I haven't used assembly since 1990 and I've never used x86 assembler. I tried to find out what the opcodes should be for this assembly logic and found a number of different answers, some obviously incorrect. (I do remember how to convert hex to binary).