Re: Looking for a really good PET zero-page map

From: B. Degnan (
Date: 2008-06-15 16:12:42

At 01:09 AM 6/14/2008 +0000, you wrote:
>Hi, all,
>Way back in 1979 or so, someone gave me a paper copy of a really
>excellent 3-column zero-page and ROM entry-point map.  There's
>a good chance it was based on work by Jim Strasma.  I haven't
>seen my paper copy in over 10 years, and I've never run across
>anything like it on the 'net.  If that description rings a bell to
>anyone, or if anyone has a really detailed zero-page map for
>BASIC 2.0 and BASIC 4.0, I'd love to see it.

I have a print of the  "BASIC 4.0 Memory Map" and "PET 4.0 ROM Routines" 
both compiled by Jim Butterfield.  I have additional notes about the BASIC 
4.0 String Bug, User Callable Kernel Routines and so on.  Sounds like 
exactly what you are referring to - three column, etc.

Please advise.


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