MON+ supports forty commands for debugging assembly language programs. You can trace programs step by step, or let particular subroutines run at full speed. A disassembler lets you examine the program as you debug it. MON+ also lets you assign names to locations, so that you can use the same symbolic names when debugging a program that were used when the program was written. When an error is found, you can often fix it from MON+ using either hexadecimal numbers, as with the Apple monitor, or with a powerful built in miniassembler. If you never make a mistake, you really don’t need this program. The rest of us shouldn’t be without it!
14 5.5″x8.5″ pages drilled for 3-ring binder
One 5.25″ disk
Apple II, II Plus, or IIe
Note: does not support the enhanced IIe, IIc, or IIgs
One 5.25″ drive