On 2014-12-03 11:39 AM, Kajtßr Zsolt wrote: > > Or, if you use PETSCII translation, then convert all characters properly, so > that it ends up like it was planned: > > .text "enD" It wasn't planned that way -- that is a Commodore co-incidence. Remember that we're talking about Microsoft's Micro BASIC. It was designed for all micro-computers. A machine's character encoding is irrelevant. The keyword table isn't encoded as some lower-case letters and one upper-case letter. It's encoded, decoded, and used as, some arbitrary characters and a bit-flag. The disassembled source code should be written that way for all of the keywords. It avoids confusion. As Ruud said, there's no shifted "+" sign. If the table were written like this: .... .byte "noT" .byte "steP" .byte "+"+$80 .byte "-"+$80 .... Then, a first glance would make a reader think that it is two tables, two encodings, and two separate purposes. It's more obvious that: .... .byte "no","t"+$80 .byte "ste","p"+$80 .byte "+"+$80 .byte "-"+$80 .... is only one table. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-12-04 18:00:03
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