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    Oh, this is a browser-based IDE for learning how to program a single-board computer in assembly language, not Web development with Assembly, which is a perverse activity that I have a particular interest in. It sounds like it could be useful for learning, but it’s kind of a shame they invented their own instruction set; if they’d used an existing one (or a subset of one), then after debugging your project on the web, you could flash an Arduino or something with it.

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      I’m so glad to find out I’m not the only person this crazy. (I did this for dcpu once: https://github.com/robey/carrot16)