renevanbelzen
renevanbelzen

So I wrote some Commodore 64 assembly code in Textastic on iPad, assembled in an online 6502 assembler, into a .PRG file, and loaded that into the V.I.C.E. C64 emulator. You can see the ML monitor output and the output of the program. Note that clearing the screen isn’t needed, simply:

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random maze machine code monitor in V.I.C.E. random maze output in V.I.C.E.
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@renevanbelzen So I assume I could join the Advent of Code, using this workflow, and write any code in 6502 assembly language. Yay, how efficient, byte-wise! 🀣

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sod
sod

@renevanbelzen 😍

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renevanbelzen
renevanbelzen

@jacks Raspberry Pi OS, which is a kind of Linux.

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renevanbelzen
renevanbelzen

@sod Sorry for the deleted comments. I will try to complete the exercise. Coding is hard, especially if you're not used to it.

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@renevanbelzen Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to suggest that the coding was trivial in my previous comment. The first puzzle can indeed be quite challenging for people new to programming, especially if they've chosen to write the solution for a C64. πŸ˜‰ What I meant to say was that the hardware should be able to tackle the problem without breaking a sweat.

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sod
sod

@renevanbelzen By the way, have you seen #DecemberAdventure? It's a relaxed, low-key alternative to Advent of Code. "The goal is to write a little bit of code every day in December." I'm not participating, but I enjoy following along.

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renevanbelzen
renevanbelzen

@sod That is much more manageable. Thanks for the tip! I might start a "366 days of coding (a little)." Yep, it's a leap year, 2024 🧐

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