Garbage In / Garbage Out The COMFY 6502 Compiler

@inproceedings{Baker2008GarbageI,
  title={Garbage In / Garbage Out The COMFY 6502 Compiler},
  author={H W Gordon Baker},
  year={2008}
}
Last June [Baker97], we described the COMFY language which is intended to be a replacement for assembly languages when programming on ‘bare’ machines. This month, we provide a description of the November, 1976 COMFY-65 compiler for the MOS 6502 8-bit processor [MOSTech76], which processor—as the brains of the Apple II and the Atari personal computers—was one of the most popular microprocessors of all time. 1 Although our work on COMFY-65 was primarily a pedagogical exercise, our analogous COMFY… CONTINUE READING

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