An experimental structured assembly language for PICmicro microcontrollers (14-bit core only: 16f84, 16f628, 16f877, etc).
See if Atypical piques your interest.
Atypical language reference
Everything you need to know about Atypical (or at least everything I can remember).
Get the program and try it out.
I developed Atypical in 2003 while working on my first serious PICmicro project. It grew in an ad hoc fashion, evolving as I learned more about PICmicro programming. Atypical served its purpose for me, though it has its share of quirks, misfeatures, and bugs. There are many aspects of the language and the program that I intended to improve, but I haven't done much PICmicro work since that big project, so Atypical development has stalled.
I've decided to write up as much as I can remember and let people try out the program in its unpolished state in the hope that someone will find it interesting, if not useful.
Send comments or questions to Michael Park: mp(underscore)(underscore)(at)hotmail.com