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Offline elmer

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HEASS and FENAS manuals?
« on: 2020.November.29. 18:18:53 »
Are there any downloadable or online manuals for HEASS and FENAS (and maybe ASMON)?

Are HEASS/FENAS/ASMON only available in ROM versions, or are there versions of them as extensions that can be loaded from SD card?

Thanks! :)

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Re: HEASS and FENAS manuals?
« Reply #1 on: 2020.November.29. 19:49:47 »
How about the manual for ASMON?  That looks like a rather nice assembler, too.

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Re: HEASS and FENAS manuals?
« Reply #2 on: 2020.November.29. 21:30:24 »
I used asmon, and tasmon only, these 2 are nearly the same, as i remember editor of tasmon is faster, and it has loadable version. as i remember all of these have documentation, but hungarian only.

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Re: HEASS and FENAS manuals?
« Reply #3 on: 2020.November.29. 21:42:26 »
here you can find all available ep assemblers, unfortunately description is only hungarian.
http://www.ep128.hu/Ep_Util/Ep_Util_eng.htm

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Re: HEASS and FENAS manuals?
« Reply #4 on: 2020.November.29. 21:44:44 »
ASMON
FENAS
HEASS
Try Google/Chrome translate :oops:

Offline elmer

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Re: HEASS and FENAS manuals?
« Reply #5 on: 2020.November.30. 00:04:02 »
here you can find all available ep assemblers, unfortunately description is only hungarian.
http://www.ep128.hu/Ep_Util/Ep_Util_eng.htm

Try Google/Chrome translate :oops:

Thank you both!

Yes, those pages are full of all of the excellent reference information that I need. :cool:

Google translate is fine ... it isn't as readable as a native English person, but it manages to get the important meaning across.

I'm just glad that you gentlemen in Hungary kept the Enterprise alive and kept on developing excellent software for it! :ds_icon_cheesygrin: