On Mon, Dec 12, 2011 at 06:31:26PM +0100, Rob Clarke wrote: > > Hi, > > ...... > > since it also prints onto the screen. But I want to avoid the "overhead" > > of calling CHROUT, so my question is: can I found a conversion table > > somewhere in the ROM, I can use, like this? > > > > You may know this already but some C= aware assemblers (eg 64tass) > natively understand the C= screen codes, so you can define strings in your > source which get translated at compile time, thus saving you the trouble. Surely, that's why I wrote: most of the text data I want to display is in the right format already, though I does this with ca65 (assembler of cc65) and not 64tass what you mentioned (but the theory is similar). However still I have some data (read from files for example) that I have no control over, as it's an input for my program got in run-time. The pre-defined text is already in "native screen code" format, or whatever we want to call that :) Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-12-12 20:00:31
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