|Machine code (hex, paste)|
- Select your preferred color scheme by clicking the options "Dark" and "Light" at the top right.
- Paste or drag-and-drop your 8-bit object code into the code field. This may be a series of hex values or a binary file.
- Enter a start address.
- Optionally enable the checkbox "Type-in mode".
This will generate a BASIC script with checksums (one for each DATA line of 8 bytes).
- Press "Generate BASIC".
- Copy the generated code from the output field.
FOR-loop is set up with the start address in decimal. You may use this to run the code, e.g., by "
This is a tiny application to generate BASIC scripts for classic 8-bit home computers to integrates a machine language program or other raw 8-bit data.
To generate a machine language program for the 6502 family, see the virtual 6502 assembler.
This application is provided for free and AS IS, therefore without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Use at own risk.
This application uses either Web Storage technology or, if this is not available, a cookie to store your choice for the preferred color mode for the virtual 6502 suite of application. (Either the word "light" or the word "dark" is stored.)
© Norbert Landsteiner, mass:werk – media environments