; Test file for base 6510 undocumented opcode compliance
; This odd little source file uses every addressing mode
; of every opcode, and uses the opcode itself as the argument
; to each instruction that takes one. The resulting binary's
; bytes are thus in strictly increasing numerical order.
; Many mnemonics have multiple opcodes with identical
; effects; Ophis chooses one of them and the arguments
; herein assume that any assembler will choose as Ophis
; does.
; This file also doesn't include the 6502's *documented*
; opcodes - see testbase.oph for those.
SLO ($03, X)
NOP $04
SLO $07
ANC #$0B
SLO $0F0F
SLO ($13), Y
SLO $17, X
SLO $1B1B, Y
SLO $1F1F, X
RLA ($23, X)
RLA $27
RLA $2F2F
RLA ($33), Y
RLA $37, X
RLA $3B3B, Y
RLA $3F3F, X
SRE ($43, X)
SRE $47
ASR #$4B
SRE $4F4F
SRE ($53), Y
SRE $57, X
SRE $5B5B, Y
SRE $5F5F, X
RRA ($63, X)
RRA $67
ARR #$6B
RRA $6F6F
RRA ($73), Y
RRA $77, X
RRA $7B7B, Y
RRA $7F7F, X
SAX ($83, X)
SAX $87
ANE #$8B
SAX $8F8F
SHA ($93), Y
SAX $97, Y
SHS $9B9B, Y
SHX $9E9E, Y
SHA $9F9F, Y
LAX ($A3, X)
LAX $A7
LXA #$AB
LAX $AFAF
LAX ($B3), Y
LAX $B7, Y
LAS $BBBB, Y
LAX $BFBF, Y
DCP ($C3, X)
DCP $C7
SBX #$CB
DCP $CFCF
DCP ($D3), Y
DCP $D7, X
DCP $DBDB, Y
DCP $DFDF, X
ISB ($E3, X)
ISB $E7
ISB $EFEF
ISB ($F3), Y
ISB $F7, X
ISB $FBFB, Y
ISB $FFFF, X