Is there anyone here know about any software that could make sofware from binary code ?
I like to program directly in machine code because I'm not well in learning those high level programming language. But I can't find any soft that could compile binary code.
If you know, please help me.

Is there anyone here know about any software that could make sofware from binary code ?
I like to program directly in machine code because I'm not well in learning those high level programming language. But I can't find any soft that could compile binary code.
If you know, please help me.

If you want to do it for a 8 but processor such as Z80 or 8088 or 6800, there is no problem. There are under 200 instuctions, and you keep a wall chart with the machine code of each instruction, e.g.
Mov A,C (8088) or LD A,C (Z80) is 79 (hex number)
Ld HL, F34A is 21 4A F3 (little Endian is used by Z80)
http://nemesis.lonestar.org/computers/tandy/software/apps/m4/qd/opcodes.html

Any Hex editor can do the job for you. If you move to 8086, it becomes more tedious and certainly I would not recommend it for the pentium processor.

For machine language study and programming
MASM software may be used.

For MASM, the following link may be used.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Macro_Assembler
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=12654

digital_logic_and_computer_design_morris_mano.zip

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Digital_Logic_And_Computer_Design_by_M._Morris_Mano_Solution_Manual.pdf

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Some call C a "high-level assembly code" language, though it really isn't (in my opinion). Assembly language is as close as you will want to get to machine code. Do remember that each processor family has a different instruction set, and trying to do machine code on modern computer gear would likely be a great exercise in futility! :-)

The last time I wrote binary code was for a boot loader for an IMSAI 8080 S100 bus computer in the 1970's. Until we burned it to a ROM, we would input it via front-panel switches on the box. When executed, it would load CP/M from a floppy disc so we could do some real work, such as writing a clone of Space Invaders...

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