Re: BCD mode tests

Date: Mon, 30 May 2016 19:29:02 +0200
Message-ID: <2061149.5EzkqY3pO4@rakete>
On Monday 30 May 2016, 17:42:01 Marko Mäkelä <> wrote:
> On Mon, May 30, 2016 at 02:54:02PM +0100, smf wrote:
> >Do you pass all
> > ?
> On a quick look, I do not see among the test programs the BCD tests that
> I wrote in the early 1990s. Instead, I only found some source code from
> 2007.
> I believe that my hand-written machine code (written in a machine
> language monitor) was used for validating many emulators. On a quick
> look, I found the test programs (for ADC and SBC as well as some
> undocumented opcodes) in uuencode format in the legendary 64doc:
> The section "Decimal mode in NMOS 6500 series" probably is entirely
> written by me. The document was originally created by Jouko Valta, who
> wrote the very first version of VICE, called x64 back then.

for test programs you could also look into the VICE test repo - i ported all 
6502 tests i could find to run on C64:

it also contains the above mentioned programs in "disassembled" form (and also 
.prg files)


Die gute Unterhaltung besteht nicht darin, daß man selbst etwas Gescheites 
sagt, sondern daß man etwas Dummes anhoeren kann. 
<Willhelm Busch>

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