A86 & D86 (Isaacson, Eric ASP; $80) is a
full-featured, professional- quality
assembler that is as highly compatible with
the standard Intel/IBM assembly language as
possible, given design and language
enhancements necessary to make A86
"significantly better" than MASM. Support
for the additional instructions of the
IIT-2C87 and the 80387 floating-point
coprocessors and compatibility with programs
written for MASM are included. The A86
manual is so thorough that it can be used to
learn 86 assembly language. Also included is
an outstanding debugger, D86. An AFIX
package is provided which is a set of
machine-readable specifications for
modifying 61 ASM files from PC Magazine's
utilities so that they will assemble under
ASMGen 2.01 (Gersbach, J. and Damke, J.; $?)
generates cross-referenced assembly language
code from any executable file.
Assemble (Fulford, George; $10) is a simple
assembler for Intel 8088/8086 instruction
set, written in TPascal.
Chasm (Cheap Assembler) (Whitman, David; $0)
is an assembler written in uncompiled BASIC.
This is a good learning tool. It also offers
symbolic debugging support with Trace86 (a
Cross Assemblers Series I and II (Micept
Instruments Inc.; $49/each) is a set of
two-pass assemblers for the Intel 8051/52,
8044, 8048, 8080, 8085, 8096, and Z80 cpus.
These versions do not support macros,
conditional assembly nor included files, but
are otherwise very complete.
D4851Z (Post, Jeffery, L.; $0) are
intelligent cross disassemblers for the
MCS-48 and 8051/8052 micro- controllers and
for the Z80 microprocessor. It includes D48,
a new version of D51, and all new DZ80. ASM
and HEX files are included.
DASM (Williams, Dave; $0) is a disassembler
for 8086 COM files up to 32K in size. Source
code is included.
|DISASM.COM||No||2992||3/13/1990||DisASM is a disassembler written in Basic.|
Little Assembler 1.0 (Mooney, Dorothy R.;
$?) is an 8088 assembler for small programs.
It will create only COM files. It is perfect
for Q&D jobs and for laptops with limited
disk space - LASS is only 11k. Separate
source files may be linked during assembly.
MD86 (Calkins, Clark A.; $18) is an
interactive disassembler for taking Intel
8086 programs apart and generating source
code files compatible with MASM.
OBJ2Asm converts OBJ files to assembler
Sim01 (Lueschow, Kevin; $5) is a debugging
tool that simulates a 6801/6800. It lets you
look at and change the registers and memory.
It also disassembles the code that the
program counter is about to execute, and
allows you to simulate the interrupts.
TASM 3.0 (Thomas N. Anderson, reg. fee: $40)
is a table-driven cross-assembler for the
DOS environment. Assembly source code can be
assembled with TASM and the resulting object
code transferred to the target
microprocessor system via PROM or other
mechanisms. Currently versions for the 6502,
8048, 8051, 8080/8085 and Z80
microprocessors are supported, but you can
also build versions for other 8 bit
Un-Asm (Gordon, Guy C.; $20) converts the
unassembled listing of a .COM file from
DEBUG into an .ASM file which can be
modified and re-assembled with the Macro
Yilmaz Disassembler 1.1 (Towfeek, Yilmaz;
$25) is an interactive disassembler. It
teaches assembly language by allowing the
user to be a part of the disassembling
process. You can disassemble in different
modes such as visibility of machine codes,
visibility of data labels and using
different data format. Requires 400K free
ZanySoft Debugger (Kirmse, Christopher; $25)
is a symbolic debugger for most common
assemblers such as MASM, TASM, and A86.
Features include pull down menus, multiple
movable and resizable windows, quick-key
combinations, and macros. It is fast, easy
and only 40K.
Baudot (Hand, Peter; $0) is assembler source
for an ASCII-Baudot terminal emulator.
IBMToken (Brian Fisher, reg. fee: $0) is
assembler source code for an Ethernet packet
driver for the IBM Token Ring adapter card.
Dater is the assembler source, OBJ and LIB
files for calculating days between dates.
Delays (Cravener, William; $0) creates timed
pauses from milliseconds to minutes.
Wait (Doyle, J. L.; $0) is a flexible MASM
procedure that can be used in multiple ways
within one program. It can be used to cause
a delay of varying length depending on the
value of the variable passed to it by the
calling procedure. Though written for MASM,
it could easily be modified for use with
high level languages as well.
Chips (Shea, Pat; $0) is assembler source
for processor/coprocessor detection for V20,
8086, 88, 186, 286, 386 and sort of on the
486. Detects 8087, 287, 387.
CMOS is assembler source for a program that
will dump your CMOS data to disk. The
executable is included.
CMOSTD (Cravener, William; $0) is code for
retrieving and displaying CMOS time and date.
FMT 1.0 (Hardesty, Clair Alan; $10-$25) is
the assembler source code (and executable)
for a full-fledged disk formatting utility.
Features include fast formatting, installing
the system, bypassing the "insert disk"
prompt, redirectable output, and extensive
ASM32 1.1 is a library of assembly-language
subroutines designed for use with the
START32 DOS extender/startup code. (Douglas
Herr, reg. fee: $25-50)
ASMLib 3.7 (Herr, Douglas R.; $25-$100) is a
collection of 120 subroutines for assembly
language programmers. It features screen
manipulation, equipment detection, a line
editor, string manipulation,
CGA/Hercules/EGA/VGA/Super VGA graphics, and
Assembly Wizard's Library 1.6 (Hanlin,
Thomas G. III; $29) is a collection of over
150 routines for programming in assembly
language. It includes sound effects,
parsing, advanced file support, mouse
handling, string functions, lightning screen
I/O, 32-bit math, high-resolution timers,
graphics support and much more.
BR136 is assembler source code for a
ISPF/PDF program that allows you to browse
most VSAM, BDAM, and multi-volume data sets.
(Gilbert Saint-Flour, reg. fee: $0)
CoreAids Macro Assembler Subroutine Library
Utilities 1.0 (CoreTechs, reg. fee: $0) is a
set of over 50 MASM routines that modify
memory block size, write character
attributes to the screen, set cursor
position, get a line of text from the
keyboard, display and convert between
hexadecimal and ASCII codes, control
buffers, load and executes other programs,
FunPck2 (Cravener, William; $0) is assembler
source code (and executables) for a
collection of utilities: display big print,
convert decimal-hex-binary, change cursor
size, display free disk space, display
directory listing, display text files,
change files from upper/lower case, switch
Splay (Paul O'Nolan, reg. fee: $0) contains
the TASM source for Splay Tree data
compression and expansion. It includes OOP
version, OBJ files, and TASM code for
pre-compression string packing.
Humorous Assembler Instruction Set (American
Gumby Corporation; $0) is a very old set of
Assembly Language Mnemonics with a humorous
RealProg.TXT - definition of a "real
"E" (Nye, David; $0) is TASM source and
executable for a text editor. Features
include block operations and search/replace.
|8087.ASM||No||7936||8/26/1984||8087.ASM - code macros for 8087.|
A-Macros 2.10 (Endoh, Hortens S.; $0) is an
assembler macro package for Microsoft's
Macro Assembler MASM to write control
structures easier in source code.
|ASSEMBLE.MAC||No||35968||8/27/1984||Assemble.MAC - macro library for assemblies.|
BIOS data area equates and function call
DOS equates, function call macros, and
|EQUATE.INC||No||1280||8/27/1984||Equate.INC - useful equates for assemblies.|
GenkMacA.ASM - library of general purpose
GenlMacB.ASM - library of general purpose
Interupt.MAC - macros for items that replace
LMS 2.50 (Hurukawa, Satoru; $?) is a set of
macros to be used with the Optasm assembler,
by SLR Systems. By using these macro sets,
you may find it easier to express certain
conditional jumps and labelings. Some
routine codes are expanded automatically
with these macros.
|M8087.MAC||No||29056||8/27/1984||M8087.MAC - file of macros for 8087 support.|
|MACRO.ASM||No||3840||9/16/1983||Macro.ASM - DOS Function call macros.|
|MACRO.INC||No||768||8/27/1984||Macro.INC - A few DOS service macros.|
|ONEKEY.ASM||No||9984||5/15/1985||OneKey.ASM - make your own macros.|
Skeleton.ASM - skeleton for coding asm
|STRUCT.MAC||No||3072||9/9/1983||Struct.MAC - structured control macros.|
Strutest.ASM - test program for structured
AMISLIB 0.9 (Brown, Ralf; $0) is source for
creating small TSRs which can load high,
detect hot-key con- flicts, and which may be
unloaded in any order. Source for several
sample TSRs is included.
Buffy's World 1.0 is assembler code which
illustrates how to write a TSR. (John
Jardine, reg. fee: $0)
Clock (Chavez, Joe L.; $0) is an example of
how to create a TSR clock. Source code
Clok-SH (Hopson, Scott; $0) is the assembler
source and executable for a TSR to display
the time in a corner of the screen. In our
tests, it quickly lost time to the system
clock, but the code is of interest anyway.
CM_INT (Martin, Charles ASP; $0) is a TSR
Interrupt service for Assembly programmers.
It includes editable data entry line with
prompt string, julian date conversion, ASCII
string to binary number conversion, screen
and line print services.
FakeHI .09 (Tony Ingenoso, reg. fee: $0) is
assembler source for a program which
implements enough of the XMS spec to allow
SMARTDRV 4.X to run on an 8088 or 640K 286
that has a hardware EMS board.
Huge 1.0 demonstrates the use of huge
pointers in assembler. You can randomly
access data across segments. Source code and
executable are included. (Paul Carmichael,
reg. fee: $0)
INT5 (Giannini, Mario; $0) is assembly
language source code and .COM file for a
sample interrupt handler and TSR.
Printer Watch is ASM code that shows how to
write a TSR that monitors printer activity,
allowing you to make character/control
ScBl-SH (Hopson, Scott; $0) is assembler
source and executable for a TSR to blank the
TSRTest (Thompson, Gary; $0) is assembler
source code for a small TSR, meant to
illustrate how to write TSR's.
XLIB 3.1 is an assembly language library
which can greatly simplify protected-mode
programming. EASYX library included for
those unfamiliar with assembly language.
Procedures added to access memory-mapped
input/output devices. (Technilib, reg. fee:
|FLOATADD.ZIP||Yes||2427||10/15/1993||Floatadd - floating point addition.|
Numvert (Swift-Ware; $0) contains assembler
source code for a utility to convert
decimal, hex, and binary numbers. A compiled
executable is also included.
Pointr (Cravener, William; $0) is commented
assembly source code showing how to change
the graphics mouse pointer.
QMath 1.0 (Moser, Roger; $0) is a set of
fast 64-bit signed integer arithmetic
routines in assembler.
C25SIM is a simulator for the Texas
Instruments TMS320C25 digital signal
processor. (Will Ware, reg. fee: $20)
PC/370 (Higgins, Donald S.; $45) is a PC/370
Virtual Machine. The PC/370 package provides
the capability to assemble, link, and
execute IBM 370 assembler programs on any
80x86 MSDOS micro computer such as the IBM
PC, XT, or AT.
Sim85 (Lueschow, Kevin; $15) is an 8085
simulator that assists in writing code for
the 8085 processor. It shows code, memory,
ports, and registers simultaneously while
allowing you to step through or run through
the code non-stop.
SIM68 (Fisch, Perry J.; $25) S19 object
code. EGA/VGA monitor is required to support
the I/O and A/D simulator modules. 512K is
FunPck3 (Cravener, William; $0) is a set of
six different sound effects: telephone,
phasor, whooper, siren, Cheer, and Ncounter.
Assembler source code is included for each.
FunPck4 (Cravener, William; $0) is a set of
more sound effects routines in assembler
(with executables): arcade game sounds,
motor, telephone, falling/rising sound, and
a country tune.
In-Out (Cravener, William; $0) shows how to
create sounds through the PC's speaker.
Source and examples are included.
Port-In-Out (Cravener. William; $0) is a
tutorial and sample code for making sounds
on the PC's speaker.
A86_Make is a Make batch file for the
shareware assembler, "A86".
AsmFlow (Quantum Software; $0) generates
flow charts, tree diagrams and provides a
variety of other functions for assembly
Assem (Richwell, Gunner; $5) contains
several programs: FOFFSET.COM will compute
the offset value for a given segment:offset
combination and a new segment value.
FPHYS.COM will compute the physical address
value for a given segment:offset
combination. FSEGMENT.COM will compute the
segment value for a given segment:offset
combination and a new offset value.
Assembler Editor 1.2 is a multi-window
assembler editor for use with any assembler.
It allows you to use a mouse to open,
resize, and move windows. There are
pull-down menu choices for assembling,
linking, debugging, and setting
configuration options. (Kip Irvine, reg.
Case (Bly, Vincent; $0) is for assembly
language programmers who wish to write their
source in all caps and their comments in
lower case. It provides automatic case
switching and indicates the current case by
the shape of the cursor.
Disp-Reg (Gilbrech, Skip; $?) will display
registers as set by loader.
FPanel is a PC Front Panel Simulation. It
displays the contents of the IP, FLAG, SS,
ES and DS registers at the top of the
screen. Assembler source is included.
MPublic 2.0 (Derouen, Craig; $0) parses MASM
and TASM source files and builds a public
statement file for all symbols for use with
debuggers. It automatically excludes local
labels as defined by MASM and TASM. Includes
C source code.
Load (Laboratory Microsystems; $?) will load
.COM files bigger than 64k.
ObjSnoop - will find and display label
references in .OBJ files.
Oper (Duncan, Ray; $?) will test Microsoft
assembler operators, show operation of
various operators and demonstrate some
PRHex - displays 4 hexadecimal numbers
contained in AX.
PX Procedure Cross Referencer (Dunford,
Christopher J.; $?) is a procedure
documenter. It allows you to print out all
of the procedure prologues in a "dictionary"
and to then print a cross reference of all
procedural calls; i.e., a listing of which
procs call which procs.
Report (Johnsen, James L.; $0) will return a
report of what is in what register when the
Snap_D (Gentry, Don; $?) is a user written
interrupt service routine. It is designed
for assembly language programmers to provide
debugging assistance. It will print selected
portions of memory when invoked.
TED 1.40j is an editor for Turbo Assembler.
(Magik Manu++, reg. fee: $0)
TimeStack 1.10 allows assembly language
programmers to document how long a function
takes to execute, find its worst stack depth
usage, and check for stack imbalances. (BE,
Inc., reg. fee: $133)
Trace02 (Fricano, C. P.; $?) will display
the current values of the CS:IP registers.
The CS:IP can be sampled a maximum of 18
times per second. This program must be the
last inperupt handler loaded.
UAsm-Lst.BAS removes addresses from files
created from debug unassemble script files
and inserts labels. A script file (ASCII) is
created with the debug instructions.
80x393 (Uwe E. Schirm, reg. fee: $0) is a
collection of text files and ASM modules for
Assembler programmers. It includes a list of
books for assembler beginners, hardware
tutorials, tips for debugging programs,
instructions for creating various programs
for sound cards, as well as several modules
for controlling devices, diagnostics, and
Assembly Language Magazine (Patrick and
David O'Riva., reg. fee: $0) is a set of
electronic publications with articles,
reviews, and sample programs for Assembly
Assembly Language Tutorial (ASMTUTR)
(Auerbach, Joshua; $0) is a beginner's
tutorial in Assembler. It includes the
8086/8088 instruction set.
(Groff Software; $5-$20) in Assembly
Language. It starts with a discussion of HEX
arithmetic, touches on such basic tasks as
multiplication and division, and ends with
some advanced ideas such as BIN addition.
This 14-Lesson course covers ground slowly
and thoroughly and there are many tests to
make sure you understand everything as you
go along. It can be used with nothing more
than DEBUG and no assembly language program
The PC Assembler Helper and Tutor (Nelson,
Chuck; $10) is a program and tutorial
designed to help those who are just starting
to learn assembly language as well as those
who know some assembler instructions, but
want to have a firmer grasp of the complete
instruction set for the 8086. It supports
both Turbo Assembler and A86. PCAHT provides
input and output of all standard 8086/8087
integral data types. These include 1 byte, 2
byte, 4 byte and 8 byte signed and unsigned
numbers along with 1 byte and 2 byte hex,
ASCII and binary data. Lastly, there is I/O
for 10 byte BCD numbers. The interface has
been designed so that beginners can use it
with a minimum of trouble. There are also 30
pages of help for those BASIC programmers
who want to use assembler language.
Training Computer (Castle Oaks Computer
Services; $10) is a tutorial on machine and
assembly languages. It includes a computer
simulator and assembly programs; lessons in
their use; example programs; and question
and answer exercises.
Lambda (Duro, Albert; $0) demonstrates how
to use Interrupt 10H, Function 11H,
Subfunction 0, to create an alternate
character and substitute it for the default
ScreenSave (SCRNSAV) (Barlow, Troy; $0) is a
MASM routine that demonstrates using DOS
from a TSR. It saves a MCGA 256-color
palette and screen to disk.
Shadow (Cravener, William; $0) is assembler
code which shows how to create a shadowed
window box, as well as how to save a copy of
the current video screen contents, fill the
screen with a background, pop down a window
box, shadow the window box along the right
and bottom sides, wait for a keypress then
restore original screen contents.
Window1 (Blanford, Joe; $?) is actually a
demo of how to make and use windows with
machine language programs for MS-DOS. The
source code is provided to allow you to
modify and integrate it into your programs
for better displays using colored windows.