Date : Tue, 06 May 1986 11:16:00 PDT
From : ghenis.pasa@xerox.ARPA
Subject: V20 emulates 8080 (Re: z80 devel on ibm (&clones))
>> I am in a situaion where I need to develop code on an IBM-PC but the
>> debugged code is going to run on a custom Z80 board. I am interested
>> in any information relating to the following :
>> 1. Z80 or CP/M cards on IBM-PC.
>> 2. Cross-compiler or cross-assembler between 8088 and Z80.
>> 3. 1Mbit EPROM or EEPROM burner with interface to IBM-PC.
>> develop, download, and debug code on IBM-PC for Z80 CPU.
>> Alex Hwang
>The cheapest solution is to replace your 8088 with the NEC V20 chip.
>Besides having a superset of the 8088 instruction set it has an internal
>z80 emulator, allowing direct running of z80 software.
Correction: The V20 can only emulate an Intel 8080, not a full Z80 instruction