In 1982 I wrote/composed a program to have disassembled code on paper, with page numbers. Read more about it here.
The core routine of the disassembler is the well-known Steve Wozniak/Allen Baum 1976 article A 6502 Disassembler from Apple
The program is a TTY program. I build it with the then current hardware and software of my KIM-1:
- 32K RAM from $2000
- Video terminal uppercase 24×32 on the KIM TTY serial in/output
- A parallel ASCII keyboard connected to the second 6532 RIOT port
- A serial connected, at 9600 baud, Heathkit H14 matrix printer
- Dual audio cassette records under motor control
- MICRO ADE assembler/Editor, extended and with video TTY as output, parallel keyboard as input and could print at the H14 printer
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Stephen Crozier made a clone of the Unilab Three Chips main board.