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Details for Hex2ASM Disassembly Cheatsheet
Documents - Hex2ASM Disassembly Cheatsheet
File Name: Hex2ASM Disassembly Cheatsheet
Added: 2013-04-11 04:45:56 AM
Authors: Buu
Platforms: SNES
Games: General
Type: Documentation
Language: English
Description: This document contains all ASM Opcodes (Mnemonics) and the Hex number they have. Great for converting Hex to ASM manually.
Tags: asm, coding, conversion, hex
Rating: 3.0 (Votes: 2)
Download: Download - 1.85 KiB
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also pretty useful for the all.log and know how much bytes an opcode takes up. Possibly showing the list of opcodes (in numbers) in the ROM (with opening a hex editor). Remember than the number it follows are little-endian, as in, bytes in raw code after the opcode are reversed compared to ASM language (example: [LDA $1234] -> [AD 34 12]), this applies to data too: [db $12,$34] ->[dw $34,$12]
Posted by: GreenHammerBro - 2015-03-24 03:52:54 PM

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