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Is there anyone stcking programming in assembly language? Any advantage?

Question asked by chang.jyijinn on Dec 3, 2010
Latest reply on Aug 11, 2015 by james.jonathan.002
       I've developped  the assembler myself due to my own interseting. I use it to design other system which needs to use assembly language in some but not all.
To my suprise, some inrtructions in stm8s are resemble to 8051. I can copy some of the program used by 51 to stm8s. This incurred my curiousity that if we can copy the program from 51 to stm8s to execute. This is only in machine code level. What do you think about this?
       The assembly language that I developped is conceptually universal to all the cpu's, including ARM.  See if you could understand this:
  (  8080  AE 07 00       )                                 X=700
  (  8083  7F             )                                 (X)=0
  (  8084  5C             )                                 X+
  (  8085  A3 07 FF       )                                 X:7FF
  (  8088  23 F9          )                         8083    U<=?
  (  808A  AE 07 FE       )                                 X=7FE
  (  808D  94             )                                 SP=X
  (  808E  CC 80 92       )                                 PC=8092

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