@neauoire Well I've been trying x86. I did a very basic equivalent to assembly when learning computing which only had 11 instructions. Maybe I should just write some stuff for uxn 😅
@childishgiant Well, uxn is very much for working with forth-machines, if that's something that interests you, dive into the tutorial.
For more, standard and less esoteric asm languages, I'd recommend looking at 6502 or z80, try making a little NES game. The 6502 assembly language is great, I have a LOT of documentations and examples if you're interested.
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