The New Jersey Machine-Code (NJMC) Toolkit helps programmers write applications that process machine code -- assemblers, disassemblers, code generators, tracers, profilers, and debuggers. The NJMC Toolkit implements the SLED (Specification Language for Encoding and Decoding) language. SLED specifications for the MIPS, SPARC, Pentium, Alpha and PowerPC have been written. Take a look at a plain vanilla SPARC disassembler example at

Use the ML version for decoding, and the Icon version for encoding. See Using the ML NJMC Toolkit and Using the NJMC Toolkit for important information.

Retrieved Aug 2004.


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