This is a "Three-in-One" program:
- an editor : You can write your code in an user friendly environment with all the tools that you would need. Editor has all the known editor commands, and also has the "syntax highlighting" capability. You can configure the text format and color for all reserved assembly words.
- a compiler : You can check your code for 8085 assembly language syntax. While checking the syntax, code list and code object files can be generated automatically, if you want.
- a debugger : Here is the main part of the program; the commands you write are converted into machine code and saved into a virtual 64KB memory. Debugger consists of five parts internally: Code, data, stack, register and flag panes. All the work and changes can be viewed via these panes. By the way, "to debug" means, machine codes can be traced step by step while all the memory and register contents can be viewed instantly. So, there left no word to say, I guess.