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The Telemark Assembler (TASM) is a table-driven cross assembler for the MS-DOS and LINUX environments. Assembly source code, written in the appropriate dialect (generally very close to the manufacturers assembly language), can be assembled with TASM, and the resulting object code transferred to the target microprocessor system via PROM or other mechanisms. A cross assembler provides the means to develop software for a target processor other than the host processor running the tools. Here are the processor families currently supported:
Some of the TASM features include:
Powerful expression parsing (17 operators).
Support of a subset of the C preprocessor directives.
Multiple statements per line.
Four Object file formats (Intel hex, MOS Technology hex, Motorola hex, binary).
Uniform syntax across versions for different target processors.
Symbol table export for inclusion in subsequent assembly passes.
Table driven implementation makes TASM extensible without rebuild of executable.
Source Code (in C) available for registered users.
(Screenshot of TASM running in DOSBox)
Significance of Product
In the early days of the TI community, TASM was the most popular assembler that was used by Z80 assembly programmers.
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