The low-level-like machine, editor and execution visualizer
TAZ (abbr. Too eAZy) is an low-level-like interpreter. It is being made primarily for teaching purposes.
A program for TAZ is a sequence of 4-byte words, which can be instructions or values. Maximum size of the program is 1KB -> 255 instructions and values. TAZ instruction consists of an opcode and three args, each a byte long. TAZ args represent an address of value. TAZ value can be an 32-bit signed integer, or a float. TAZ loads a code and its data in the same memory space, i.e does not distinguish between instructions and values. Since there are 8 bits for an opcode, there are 256 possible opcodes for TAZ.
BugsBunny is a editor and execution visualiser for TAZ programs.