Hello everyone, I'm Tuan Thanh Tan aka Dustin. If you happen to read this blog. Thank you!
This is the lab 2 for my SPO course. This lab is about writing code in 6502 assembly language. One of the most difficult and cumbersome lab I've ever had.
lda #$00 ; set a pointer at $40 to point to $0200 sta $40 lda #$02 sta $41 lda #$05 ; colour number ldy #$00 ; set index to 0 top: sta ($40), y; top: sta ($40), y ; set pixel iny ; increment index cpy #$20 ; compare y value with 20. If the index is 20, end the loop bne top lda #$05 sta $41 ; point the last page lda #$06 ; set color blue ldy #$e0 ; set the index to indicate the last linex bottom: sta ($40), y ; set pixel iny ; increment index bne bottom ; continue until done the line right_left: lda #$07 ; set index to 0 sta ($40), y ; set the color yellow tax ; transfer a to x tya ; transfer y to a clc ; clear carry flag to do ADC (add with carry) adc #$1f ; add with #$1f so it indicates the last line tay ; transfer a to y txa ; transfer x to a lda #$04 ; set the color purple sta ($40), y ; set pixel iny ; increment index bne right_left ; continue until done the page : 2 inc $41 ; increment the page ldx $41 ; get the page cpx #$06 ; compare with 6 (the last page is 05 so if it is 06, it means all pages are already painted) bne right_left ; continue until done all page
I found this language has a great deal of complexity and difficulties. But as time goes on, I'll get used to it.
For the performance, I used this website to get the number of circles of each instruction and sum it up. The result that I have is 106.
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