Freedom of Assembly#

Julian V. Noble

January 5, 2001


Many programmers have found the development and testing of assembly language subroutines easier within a Forth environment than using more conventional tools. Subroutines created this way can then be transformed to a form compatible with commercial assemblers, and linked to calling programs in mainstream languages. This article illustrates how to do this with three example subroutines of increasing complexity, using a popular public domain Forth running under MS Windows. The third example shows how to create tools not available with conventional assemblers.


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