>>> not that >>> ane #$00 is terribly useful =P >> >> What is that, 8b? Most people call that XAA afaik. > > yes :) and XAA is long "deprecated" imho, only ppl who know it from > the old > broken lists call it like that =) Which list do you recommend? I find all of them quite broken. >> (*) Oh and of course the STX abs,Y and STY abs,X (9e and 9c) insns, >> those >> are naughty! > > SHY and TAS you mean =) SHY and SHX. I simply call them STY and STX, because that is what they _are_, they just have a little problem :-) They weren't left out of the opcode map "just because", right :-) > those are which i ment - they work perfectly if you > make sure nothing else tries to access the bus :) (and unlike ANE, > they are > sometimes useful) The only cycle where they run into trouble are the write cycle, they cannot be influenced by the data bus, not RDY has no effect. I think you mean something else? Segher Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-11-05 19:00:12
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