The Lisp tokenizer works and it is 83 bytes


@alexandria nice! In my OS project I used to have a super simple parser where every token had to be separated by whitespace, sounds like your version is already more powerful :P

(Which assembly by the way, x86?)


@Vierkantor oh lol, I don't think it's that much more powerful given the overall size of the code :blobsmilesweat:

It's designed to run in x86 real mode but I'm testing it out in DOS since DOSBOX has an actual debugger where i can step through and see the code and data segments :)

· · Web · 0 · 0 · 1
Sign in to participate in the conversation

cybrespace: the social hub of the information superhighway jack in to the mastodon fediverse today and surf the dataflow through our cybrepunk, slightly glitchy web portal support us on patreon or liberapay!