CEF32 User Interface
At the top of the application is the main menu. Beneath that on the left is the tabbed editor windows and disassembly view. On the right is the CPU status window and the CPU signal pane.
At the bottom is the status bar. Above that is the immediate-mode edit box where instructions can be entered and executed directly. Just above that on the left is the memory display. On the right is the stack display.
In the middle is the watch window.
CEF32 can be started with a command line that automatically loads an emulator (.cef) file. Passing the emulator file, preceeded by a commercial at-sign (@), causes CEF32 to load that file. The file extension is not required if it is ".cef". Example: