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Z80 Simulator Ide Download 11l: The Best Tool for Z80 Microprocessor Users and Educators



Z80 Simulator IDE: A Powerful Tool for Z80 Microprocessor Users and Educators




Z80 Simulator IDE is a software application that provides a user-friendly graphical development environment for Windows with integrated simulator (emulator), z80 basic compiler, assembler, disassembler and debugger for the Zilog Z80 8-bit microprocessor. It is designed to help Z80 microprocessor users and educators to create, test and debug programs for the Z80 platform.




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Z80 Simulator IDE has many features that make it a versatile and useful tool for Z80 development. Some of these features are:


  • Simulation interface showing internal processor architecture with interrupts interface, support for the unofficial instructions, variable simulation rate, simulation statistics and simulation logging with log viewer.



  • Fast debugger with breakpoints manager for code debugging with breakpoints support.



  • Three memory editors for external 64K memory, to simultaneously view/edit three different memory ranges during the simulation, read/write access tracking feature.



  • Video memory screen with edit feature.



  • Input/Output Terminals (both I/O ports and memory mapped) designed to make it easy to communicate with various Z80 firmwares supporting serial input/output during the simulation of the code execution.



  • I/O ports editor and peripheral devices interface for simulation of I/O instructions.



  • Powerful Z80 assembler supporting bookmarks and breakpoints with code execution tracking feature, interactive assembler editor for beginners, Z80 disassembler.



  • Interface for TASM Z80 assembler.



  • Z80 Basic compiler with smart Basic source editor.



  • IEEE754 single precision floating point numbers conversion tool.



  • Support for external simulation modules.



  • Extensive program options, color themes, etc.



Z80 Simulator IDE is available for download from the official website[^1^] of Oshon Soft, the developer of the software. The current version is 12.16[^3^], which was last updated on March 4, 2023[^3^]. You can download the fully functional evaluation copy of the software on the downloads page[^3^]. Z80 Simulator IDE requires a license to operate after the evaluation period. For more information please visit the licenses page[^1^].


Z80 Simulator IDE is a powerful and comprehensive tool that can help you learn and master the Z80 microprocessor. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, you can benefit from using this software to develop your own programs for the Z80 platform. You can also use it to explore the internal workings of the Z80 processor and its peripherals. If you are interested in Z80 development, you should definitely give Z80 Simulator IDE a try!In this article, we will show you how to install Z80 Simulator IDE on your Windows computer and how to use it to create a simple program that prints "Hello World" on the video memory screen. We will also explain some of the basic features and options of the software that you can use to customize your development environment.


How to install Z80 Simulator IDE




To install Z80 Simulator IDE, you need to download the setup file from the downloads page of the official website. The setup file is a ZIP archive that contains the executable file and some other files. You need to extract the ZIP archive to a folder of your choice. Then, you need to run the executable file (Z80SimulatorIDE.exe) to start the installation process. You will see a welcome screen that asks you to choose the language for the installation. You can choose from English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Russian. After that, you will see a license agreement screen that asks you to accept the terms and conditions of the software. You need to click on "I Agree" to continue. Then, you will see a destination folder screen that asks you to choose where you want to install the software. You can use the default folder or browse for another one. After that, you will see a start menu folder screen that asks you to choose where you want to create shortcuts for the software. You can use the default folder or browse for another one. Then, you will see a ready to install screen that shows you a summary of your choices. You can click on "Install" to start the installation or "Back" to change your choices. The installation process will take a few seconds and you will see a completed screen that tells you that the installation is finished. You can click on "Finish" to exit the setup.


How to use Z80 Simulator IDE




To use Z80 Simulator IDE, you need to run the executable file (Z80SimulatorIDE.exe) from the folder where you installed the software. You will see a main window that consists of several parts: a menu bar, a toolbar, a status bar, a simulation interface, a code editor and a log viewer. You can use these parts to create, edit, compile, debug and simulate your Z80 programs.


To create a new program, you need to click on "File" in the menu bar and then on "New". You will see a dialog box that asks you to choose the type of file you want to create: Z80 Basic source file (.bas), Z80 assembler source file (.asm) or Z80 binary file (.bin). For this example, we will choose Z80 Basic source file (.bas). You will see a new tab in the code editor with an empty file named "Untitled.bas". You can type your code in this file or copy and paste it from another source. For this example, we will type the following code:


10 PRINT "Hello World"


20 GOTO 10


This code is a simple loop that prints "Hello World" on the video memory screen indefinitely. To compile this code, you need to click on "Tools" in the menu bar and then on "Compile". You will see a dialog box that shows you the compilation options: output file name (.bin), output folder and optimization level. You can use the default options or change them as you wish. For this example, we will use the default options. You need to click on "OK" to start the compilation process. You will see a message in the log viewer that tells you if the compilation was successful or not. If it was successful, you will see a message like this:


Compilation successful.


Output file: C:\Users\user\Documents\Z80 Simulator IDE\Untitled.bin


Output size: 17 bytes


This means that your code was compiled into a binary file named "Untitled.bin" with a size of 17 bytes in the output folder (C:\Users\user\Documents\Z80 Simulator IDE). To simulate this code, you need to click on "Tools" in the menu bar and then on "Simulate". You will see a dialog box that shows you the simulation options: input file name (.bin), input folder and simulation mode (normal or step by step). You can use the default options or change them as you wish. For this example, we will use the default options. You need to click on "OK" to start the simulation process.


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