Re: Another DOS oddity...

From: A. Fachat <>
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 12:44:16 +0200
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Am 9. Juni 2013 21:26:24 schrieb "A. Fachat" <>:

> So, I modified the program to open the command channel, than open a direct 
> file "#", do all the B-A and B-F, close the direct file then the command 
> channel.
> However, still the whole track is allocated, not just the few blocks that 
> should be allocated.
> So the error still persists.

Sorry I have to take that back.  Of course I reused that variable again...

When using the # file, the disl writes the correct entry back to disk.

Sorry for the confusion, I should probably stop writing BASIC programs


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