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Slides prepared by Dipesh Gautam
Thanks to my dear friend Sachit for providing the slides.
Slides provided by Dr. Surendra Shrestha, DOECE, IOE
Slides provided by Er. Nijan Yogal Shrestha
Microelectronic Circuits Sedra Smith 5th Edition in djvu format
Find a djvu viewer(if you already don’t have one) at http://djvu.org/resources/
I guess you already have a pdf reader.If not I suggest you use Foxit Reader
After a brief search for a good 8085 simulator, I ended up with GNUSim8085
Very easy to use and pretty impressive look and feel.
Okay, now for installation.
If you are using a debian distro, the author congrats you coz’ it’s available in the repo. Just fire up a terminal and sudo aptitude install gnusim8085
There you go. GNUSim8085 is installed in your machine.
Now for windows. It’s not as easy as typing a line into your terminal but not that difficult though.
Download the latest version of GTK+ for Windows Runtime Environment from http://sourceforge.net/projects/gtk-win/
Let’s complete the downloads part first.
Download the program GNUSim8085 from
The download link’s on the right side of the page. The file name is gnusim8085-x.x.x-no-gtk-installer.exe
All downloads done!!!
Now, let’s carry on with the installation process.
Install the runtime-environment first.
After its sucessful installation, start installing GNUSim8085
If all goes well you will be able to use the simulator. The author provides you with some tutorial on using the sim and also some example programs.