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YASP: Educational processor's IDE

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YASP (Yet Another Simple Processor) is a 8-bit microprocessor with microcontroller capabilities (I/O ports, REQ, ACK) that can be used as a small computer for educational purposes. Its development environment includes simulators and assemblers.

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  • Emulates an 8-bit processor within a simple computer
  • Includes assembler
  • Manages user-defined breakpoints
  • Javascript-only version, ready-to-use everywhere on any device with a web navigator
  • Old MSDOS Turbo C code as a golden reference, with executable for MS Windows platforms
  • Javascript version of C original source code using .js libraries (pending)
  • Library 1: MSDOS Turbo C library of functions for Javascript
  • Library 2: Javascript IBM PC 80x25 character terminal emulator based on VT100 emulator


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Catalan, English

Intended Audience

Education, Engineering, Science/Research, Telecommunications Industry

User Interface


Programming Language

C, JavaScript



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