AVR Assembler? Can't find it?

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Hello,

I am trying to open WAVRASM from AVR Studio 4 and I cannot find it! Isn't it supposed to be included in the AVR Studio 4 download now??? I can find WAVRASM on other sites but...Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks,
John

Just some guy

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RES

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Thanks...The link on 'Freaks does not work any longer!!

John :D

Just some guy

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am trying to open WAVRASM from AVR Studio 4
??? Studio only uses Atmel Assembler1 or Assembler2. Assembler1 is no longer supported so it will not work with newer chips and does not have the niceity of Assembler2. Why dou you want to use WAVRASM and not the standard Atmel assembler, does it have some advanced features?

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

https://www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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Hello John,

Actually I am going through Chuck's (aka zbaird) book and in the first chapter he recommends the AVR Assembler User manual..that manual describes a tutorial asm program (still available on the new AVR Studio 4 release) using the WAVRASM. I am a beginner so I wanted to follow along with the old assembler while I walked through the tutorial.

After I did that today I typed in Chuck's first assembler program in AVR Studio 4 and found that the included assembler is pretty much the same!

I am enjoying Chuck's book very much and find that I can start from ground zero with asm whereas I need to develop a 'base' of knowledge about C to use Smiley's book (something he recommends early on).

I am enjoying both books very much and have purchase K&R and THE ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS C BOOK to study along with Smiley's book.

Initial take:
Whether it is the combination of the fact that I have been acquainted with Chucks laid back style on this forum, his avatar and his writing style together or just his writing style alone, I find his book to be very well structured for beginners and he conveys a sort of 'calm' that is reassuring to a beginner. I actually think I could do some basic programs (with the help of his book) and I am starting chapter 7 tonight.

TMI (TOO MUCH INFORMATION)? Sorry,

John

Just some guy