|Machine Code - The Easy Way (UK) (1985) [Home Computing Weekly] [EDUCATIF].zip|
3.75 Ko (Date : 2023-08-11)
|Machine Code - The Easy Way (UK) (1985) [Home Computing Weekly] [EDUCATIF].dsk|
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Version de : Ross SIMPSON
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No programs in part 1
pt2prog1.bas - simple M/C Loader, this program is used to enter M/C routines for the remainder of the series. Assembly code is provided for anyone wishing to use an assembler though.
asm2bas.txt - I think that's the filename I've used. It just includes some information showing some assembly instructions and the BASIC equivalent.
pt5prog1.bas - BASIC way of copying screen contents to memory & writing it back to screen. Other files with pt5 programs use the assembly equivalent.
pt6 program demonstrates patching the jumpblock
pt7 program, a software method to resolve the printer LF issue (instead of disabling the pin).
Machine Code - The Easy Way (UK) (1985) [Home Computing Weekly] [EDUCATIF].dsk
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