A few days ago I worked up a slick routine for 8-bit unsigned multiplication (or I think it's slick, anyway.) It works as long as the values do not overflow 8 bits, in which case the value should not be relied upon anyway. The loop will never repeat more than 8 times.

The beq done and bcs done are optional, one or both might save cycles but I haven't tested to see if it actually decreases or increases cycles on average.

; x and a contain multiplicands, result in a stx temp1 sta temp2 lda #0 rept lsr temp2 bcc skip clc adc temp1 ;bcs done might save cycles? skip ;beq done might save cycles? asl temp1 bne rept doneI tried to work up a good division routine too, but all I could come up with is successive subtraction, which is sub-optimal for small denominator values. Anyone know of a better way?

; x=numerator a=denominator, result in x lsr beq end;div by 0 = bad, div by 1=no calc needed, so bail out rol;restore a sta temp1 txa ldx #$ff sec loop sbc temp1 inx bcs loop end; result in x