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Emu86 Kernel

The Emu86 kernel emulates Intel assembly language in Jupyter notebooks.

Installation Instructions in Terminal

  1. pip install emu86
  2. python -m

Using Emu86 Kernel in Jupyter Notebook

  1. Type jupyter notebook in terminal
  2. After jupyter notebook launches in browser, click the New dropdown on the upper right and then click on Intel

More Information About Emu86 Kernel

  1. Rulebook
  2. Sample Jupyter Notebook Giving an Introduction to Assembly Language Tutorial

Update to Latest Version in Terminal (if you already have Emu86 Kernel Installed)

  1. pip install emu86==LATEST_VERSION_NUMBER
    • Find the latest version here
    • eg: if latest version number is 0.0.2: pip install emu86==0.0.2

Uninstallation Instruction in Terminal

  1. python -m


An extension that adds a keyboard shortcut to comment/uncomment Emu86 Kernel code in Jupyter Notebook.

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