|Title:||A 'SMAL' Definition of the M-6800 Microcomputer
|Authors:||Edward Strasbourger, Zary Segall, Jeffrey Siskind, Shuni Tooval
|Abstract:||This report defines the M-6800 microcomputer for a programmer using a high level language SMAL (Standard Microcomputer Assembly Language). The intention is to make learning the computer and programming it easier and less error prone than normal reference manual descriptions. In addition the same language will be used to define other microcomputers (such as INTEL 8080, ZILOG Z80, and TI 9900), making machine language system software more comparable and mere portab1e between the various microcomputers.|
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