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This looks to be great. But is there anything to set this apart from so many desktop-version assembler?

It has an emulator, debugger and simulated hardware built-in. The dialect itself is very simple to learn, so it's perfect for teaching assembler. Also, compared to any desktop-tool, the setup-time is zero.

I'm glad you like it :)

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