Simple Simulator for ICT
The latest SimpSim (version 2.3) now also works for Windows 2000, Windows XP
and Windows Vista.
SimpSim is a simulator/assembler for the machine language as proposed in
"Computer Science: An Overview" by J. Glenn Brookshear.
See here for some screenshots.
It features the following:
- Windows 95/98/NT/XP/Vista, no installation required
- simulator with run, step and break functions
- built-in assembler editor with syntax highlighting
- built-in assembler
- loading and saving of files (assembler and machine coded (byte code))
- built-in assembler examples
- context sensitive help-pages about virtually all items
- extra www info-page (this can be set by the teacher of a particular course
to point to a page, used for that course, with the latest information, hints
and so on)
- disassembler/trace window for stepping
- output window to output text from a machine language program (see
- no password or registration needed, so everyone can use it
My name is Anne-Gert Bultena and I studied Electronic Engineering at the
University of Twente in The Netherlands from which I got my masters in 1998
with minors in Computer Science and Business Management.
See www.anne-gert.nl/cv for
If you have a nice, good, beautiful or interesting program, written in SimpSim
assembler, please send it to me with
your name and I'll add it to the website.
(C) AGB 1998, 99, 2006
Last update: August 2, 2006
Please send remarks to Anne-Gert.