Use Kick Assembler and Visual Studio Code to write Commodore 64 Assembly Language


The Developer Thoughts Youtube channel guides users through the installation and configuration of several pieces of software necessary for writing Commodore 64 Assembly Language on Windows 11. This includes setting up GIT, JAVA, Kick Assembler, VICE, obtaining a PDF of The C64 Programmers Reference Guide, and configuring Visual Studio Code.

Following the software setup, users are taken on a brief tour of creating a simple assembly language program, adding it to version control, and gaining familiarity with the basics of the VICE Machine Language Monitor.

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