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Riviera Kid

atari programming c and assembly

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i have recently dug out my old atari STE because my computer architecture module was all about 68000 assembly. The atari ste uses the 68000 processor so i thought i would try my hand at getting something to run on my atari. I found the atari developement kit with c and assembly compilers. I have a c hello world program but i have no clue how to embed assembly. Does anyone around here have any experience programming atari ste at a low level?

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Where did you get the C compiler from? I've got an old STFM that I wouldn't mind doing some code for...
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its 5 *.msa files. Use an atari emulator to extract them. Get steem, it rules. Them put the files onto 720 kb floppies or run them on the emulator.
paste this into your browser for the zip file.

http://www.atari-forum.com/download.php?id=1914&sid=e0db5e4510df99aefcdc9b7698200477

god dam. How do you do urls around here?

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its 5 *.msa files. Use an atari emulator to extract them. Get steem, it rules. Them put the files onto 720 kb floppies or run them on the emulator.
paste this into your browser for the zip file.

http://www.atari-forum.com/download.php?id=1914&sid=e0db5e4510df99aefcdc9b7698200477

god dam. How do you do urls around here?

Awesome, thanks.
You need to do URLs using html:
<a href="http://www.atari-forum.com/download.php?id=1914&sid=e0db5e4510df99aefcdc9b7698200477">Click here</agt;

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its 5 *.msa files. Use an atari emulator to extract them. Get steem, it rules. Them put the files onto 720 kb floppies or run them on the emulator.
paste this into your browser for the zip file.

http://www.atari-forum.com/download.php?id=1914&sid=e0db5e4510df99aefcdc9b7698200477

god dam. How do you do urls around here?

Awesome, thanks.
You need to do URLs using html:
<a href="http://www.atari-forum.com/download.php?id=1914&sid=e0db5e4510df99aefcdc9b7698200477">Click here</a>

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