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Posted byBart T.
Posted on08/24/06 02:44 PM



Yep. Also, for X86, you'll want to download Intel's manuals from their web site. There's a 3-volume series on the Intel architecture including a book dedicated to the instruction set and its encoding. It used to be possible to order nicely-bound hardcopy editions for free but I'm not sure if that's still the case.

I'd suggest trying to write a disassembler first. The instruction decoding is the biggest headache with an X86 system.


> To be able to emulate something from scratch you need to know how to program on
> it. So read up on 80x86 assembly and whatever system you are trying to emulate.
>
> You can also learn about emulation by downloading other peoples emulators and
> seeing how they do things.
>
> smf
>


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*80x86 Emulator  sandeep08/24/06 09:44 AM
.*Re: 80x86 Emulator  smf08/24/06 12:51 PM
...Re: 80x86 Emulator  Bart T.08/24/06 02:44 PM