MagerValp <MagerValp@Goth.Org> schrieb: > Christian> My 8032 came with a manual (or "Bedienungshandbuch" :-) > > Ah. It's something like this that I was looking for. You wouldn't > happen to have any plans of scanning it, would you? :) Unfortunately I don't have a scanner and it's a bit long to type it (200 pages :-). > Didn't know > that there was a built-in monitor. Is there a more convenient way of > starting it than poke32768,0:sys32768? :) The manual recommends sys 1024 (for "entry via breakpoint") sys 54386 (for "entry by call") > What commands are available? Not many: M xxxx yyyy - Dump memory R - Display registers G xxxx - Start execution X - Exit L "file",xx - Load program (without a way to specify a load address this doesn't make much sense to me) S "file",xx,yyyy,zzzz - Save program Bye, Christian -- / Christian Bauer \/ WWW: http://www.uni-mainz.de/~bauec002/
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