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LADS128 Archive Commodore 128 Label Assembler

I have a disk and the disk label says:

LADS128 ARCHIVE

Commodore 128 Label Assembler

Program and source code

(Unmodified version)

 

There is also a piece of paper with the disk, part of it says:

LADS128 ArCHIVE

FILENAME:

MLX128 VERS2.0

LADS

LADS.BAK

DEFS128

EVAL

EQUATE

ARRAY

OPEN1

FINDMN

GETSA

VALDEC

INDISK

MATH

PRINTOPS

PSEUDO

TABLES

LADSTEST.SRC

 

Does anyone have any info about this program.

 

Thanks.

Edited by: au_chadl on 2019-02-19 22:43
LADS was Compute magazines

LADS was Compute magazines assembly language assembler the source code was published in their magazine and books.
128 Machine Language for Beginners 1986 COMPUTE Publications.pdf
 
the MLX program was used to enter the hex version into memory and save it to disk the other files are a LADs compatible source code you could modify and recompile.
 

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