On Sat, Aug 07, 2010 at 09:06:43PM -0500, MikeS wrote: >Someone on another forum was asking how to find the start and end >address of a PET machine language program on a cassette and I >couldn't remember (if I indeed ever did know ;-) ). > >Can any of the gurus here point us in the right direction? I don't know if it is the right direction for you, but cbmconvert by me can process high-level tape images (sometimes called *.csm or *.cas; not supported by VICE to my knowledge), among other formats. Also, my c2nload utility starts with a Commodore cassette header that contains the loader. There is a separate loader for each platform. For old PETs, there is a loader that uses a BASIC program. For all other platforms, the loader "payload" is 2 bytes that redirects the "print" vector to the 192-byte cassette buffer, where the fastloader resides. You can see the c2nload source code for details. Best regards, Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2010-08-08 18:00:37
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