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Merlin is a "Ted-based" editor-assembler for the Apple II, it adheres to and follows almost all of the conventions associated with TED II+. It has macro capability and retains all the easy-to-use features of TED.
The original TED ASM was written by Randy Wiggington and Gary Shannon.
Merlin was developed by mathematics professor Glen Bredon, running on the Apple II under DOS 3.3, for the MOS Technology 6502 processor used in the Apple II. It was published commercially by Southwestern Data Systems, later known as Roger Wagner Publishing.
Platform: Apple II minimum 48Kb RAM Disk 5.25 drive
OS: DOS 3.3
System Software (SS:) Programming Language (PL:) Assembler
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