On Sat, 31 Jul 1999, Steve Judd wrote: > Certainly :). I just used my AR to change $0101 in disk drive RAM to $41. > But the following program works fine too: > > 0 rem secret program load slj 7/99 > 5 open 15,8,15:open 2,8,2,"#":a=49150:t=26:s=2 > 10 print#15,"u1";2;0;t;s:print"."; > 20 get#2,t$:get#2,s$:t=asc(t$+chr$(0)):s=asc(s$) > 30 for i=1 to 254:get#2,b$:b=asc(b$+chr$(0)):poke a,b:a=a+1:next > 40 if t>0 then 10 > 50 close15:close2 > 60 if peek(678)=0 then poke 49320,36 > 70 sys 49152 > ready. I notice that the program includes conditional NTSC fixing too. Thanks, Steve! > I've stuck the above program, and the secret program, at the end of > this message. People who object to me putting binaries here should > get a life. I am very happy because this paragraph is all lined up > in the right margin, something which doesn't always happen unless a > person really works at it, sometimes by constructing long sentences > without any meaning or purpose except to make the paragraph line up You didn't work out how to include the full stop at the end of that ;) But seriously, I don't think anyone would object to CBM binaries occasionally in this mailing list. Especially where a program is listed in the text of a message and there's no point making people manually copy it into a .prg themselves. After all, a 32K CBM binary goes a long, long way further than a 32K jpeg image, let alone a 32K Win32 binary! Richard - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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