I think this doesn't work if a$=chr$(0). Have you tried to use a instead of a, and then print#3,chr$(a); ? On 05.11.2011 12:34, email@example.com wrote: > Hi all, > > I am still working on the disk transfer. > > I first want to try a software transfer by copying the data byte for byte. > I made this small program > > > 10 nm$="8032-700-asc-ns" > 20 open 2,8,2,"1:"+nm$+",p,r" > 30 open 3,9,3,"0:"+nm$+",p,w" > 40 get#2,a$ > 50 if st=64 then goto 80 > 60 print#3,a$;:goto 40 > 80 close 2:close 3 > 90 end > > The program makes a copy, but the file size of the copy is smaller than > the original (Example: original 81 Blocks, copy 79 Blocks) > > Is there an error in my program? > > The source (8) drive is a 8250lp, destination (9) is a MicroPower 2000 > (4040) and the computer is an 4032. > > Or is it the difference in floppy formats? > > Richard > > > > > Op Zo, 30 oktober, 2011 9:59 pm schreef Nate Lawson: >> On Oct 30, 2011, at 1:03 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: >> >> >>> Hi all, >>> >>> >>> I want to transfer programs from a 8250 diskette. I have a CBM 4032, a >>> 8250lp and a datassette. >>> >>> >>> I loaded the first program from disk and saved it to a tape. I read the >>> tape with MTAP in my PC and I could load the .tap into VICE. >>> >>> So far so good. But the next program on the diskette freezes the PET, I >>> think because it's not a BASIC program but MC and it loads in an >>> memory location not so good for my 4032. The programs on the disk are >>> made for a CBM 700 series. >>> >>> >>> Is there a way to solve my problem? >>> >> >> >> The ZoomFloppy with IEEE-488 plug attached can read from the 8250 drive. >> You'd just plug it in and read the file off with cbmcopy or the entire >> d82 image with d82copy. >> >> -Nate >> >> >> >> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list >> >> > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-11-05 13:00:08
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