NEOPAL: PAL-D SIMULATORBASIC8-43
Submitted by: Christopher A. Kryzan
Abstract: NEOPAL was designed to provide students with a means of working in assembly language while still in BASIC. This also facilitates BATCH running of programs in assembly language assigned by the teacher. Output is in three passes: the first being a listing of the program as read in (in the form of data); the second being the actual execution of the program; and the third being a listing of the program after execution, (or core dump, if you will) as well as the status of the link and accumulator. Numbers are in base ten form, with 2048 equal to -2048, and 4095 equal to -1, etc.
Media Price Code: D2, G5
Catalog: August 1978