Come on this is a cry for help im sure its a piece of piss for u guys

Posted on 2001-08-23 05:14:58 by Wato
If you ask like that, I'm not sure a lot of people is going to help you...
Maybe if you ask questions, I'm going to help you, but i won't do your homework !!!

Posted on 2001-08-23 06:55:21 by (scalp)

Yu are in trouble in 2 ways here, no-one will do your homework for you and this is a win32 assembler site that does not normally handle 68k assembler, even though I am sure that many here are good at it.

One of the guys to ask is X-Calibre, he is an old motorola man who never lost the passion for it but you will have to do it with any takers privately, this forum is reasonably specific and 68k is out of the main area that it caters for.

Good luck with your homework.
Posted on 2001-08-23 07:16:44 by hutch--
sorry guys i thought i'd go for the honest approch as im hopeless at it

Posted on 2001-08-23 08:12:53 by Wato
Could any one tell me were i can find tutorials and other usefull information about 86k ASM

Posted on 2001-08-23 08:29:11 by Wato
maybe you could ask for help in the off-topic section of this forum (The Heap)

Posted on 2001-08-24 03:52:45 by (scalp)
How about the Motorola web site?

I would hope they know how it works :grin:

As well, if its a homework assignment, you should have recieved a littk paperback book with big bold letters on it saying HC68 across the front. It has everything you will ever need to know in it.. Motorola gives these out free to promote their processor. Every college / university Ive been to has a copy in their electrical library.

Posted on 2001-08-24 13:42:56 by NaN
Kinda OT, but, you can run a 68000 Editor, Assembler and Simulator 5.1 in Win32:
Posted on 2001-08-26 06:44:55 by shadow
I've done some work on the DragonballZ processor. (palm stuff)
get some taste of what i did at my site .
Check the 'Coding' section.
Hope that helps.


Posted on 2001-08-26 11:21:55 by latigo