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I've created a C++ library that (hopefully) emulates the 6502 (maybe part of the 65C02) processor. I believe it was used in the Commodore, as well as the Nintendo Entertainment System. I've created it as a step toward creating my first emulator, for the NES. However, to put it lightly, the docs I've found suck, so I'm not sure I've implemented every instruction appropriately. To help debug it, I'm creating an application similar to windows' debug that will allow me to essentially program for the 6502 and trace the code. But seeing as how knowing how to program for the 6502 and knowing what each instruction does are essentially the same thing, I must say I don't really know how to program for the 6502.
So, to the point. If anyone has 6502 (and/or 65C02) source code they could donate to my cause, I'd appreciate it. And if you're interested in taking a more active role as an experienced 6502 programmer, I'd appreciate that as well.
If so, contact me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or ICQ (2063124).
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