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MAXAM is a popular Assembler for the CPC, made by the British company Arnor.

It was available in 4 versions: Tape, Disc, ROM, and Cartridge (the latter one being the ROM version bundled with a AD1 ROM Cartridge).

Assembly language programs could be entered either using the built-in editor, or 'inline' in a BASIC program (in a similar fashion to that permitted by the BBC Micro), and then assembled by Maxam.

The program also contained a disassembler plus a number of simple memory management and debugging tools, such as a hex editor and graphical memory overview.

These were available by typing |MAXAM or |M, and (unusually) could be run in either MODE 1 or MODE 2.



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