Andrew Vardy wrote: > Someone surely must have thought some other adjustment would have been > good. Your '20 D0' might turn up a whole lot of instances of 'BNE > elsewhere' ... and so forth. So for example, a Hunt that clarified its > search as for a STORE instruction, of any type (with A or X or Y) followed > by the 20 and D0. Or it could provide a Bit pattern mask for search. > 1001110x - provide fixed bits, and *don't matter* bits. Things to ponder, > if anyone has such seen such a monitor. My C64 monitor has a kind of limited bitmask search: search for address modes with 4-bit masks, like "FA $D0**,Y" or so. http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/~fachat/8bit/c64/monitor/index.html The same code is used (as far as I remember) in my OS/A65 monitor program. http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/~fachat/8bit/osa/v2.0/index.html Andre -- Email address may be invalid. Use "fachat AT physik DOT tu-chemnitz DOT de" ------Fight SPAM - join CAUCE http://www.cauce.org------Thanks, spammers... Andre Fachat, Institute of physics, Technische Universität Chemnitz, FRG http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/~fachat
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