Based on the specification here.
Includes an extra instruction HLT which stops execution of the current program (otherwise it will run forever unless you tell it to only execute a certain number of operations).
perl -Ilib bin/dcpu16-execute [--iterations <n>] [--dump <outfile>] <binary>
Executes a DCPU-16 binary file. Runs until a HLT instruction is seen, unless
--iterations is specified, in which case it runs for that many clock cycles.
Produces a memory and register dump at the end in the file
whatever file you specify with the
perl -Ilib bin/dcpu16-asm [--output <outfile>] <asm_file>
Creates a DCPU-16 binary from an assembler file. Assembler syntax is so far
limited to the examples that are given in the specification. Output is written
./a.out, or whatever filename is given in the