On Mon, Feb 6, 2017 at 10:32 AM, Francesco Messineo <email@example.com> wrote: > Hi all, > some more fun with the 3032 today... > Today I was trying the same procedure with the PET, typed the basic > loader in, saved it to a couple of tapes, so I don't have to type it > anymore, loaded the machine language non relocatable program with it, > then loaded the basic relocatable version.... The save and load routines in all PETs do work slightly differently than the VIC-20 and C-64. In operational terms, I always saved anything that was not a plain-old BASIC program from TIM. This included ML fragments in the Cassette #2 buffer (at $033A) and stuff in upper memory, and any BASIC-ML combo programs. SAVE works when it's _just_ the visible lines of BASIC. Similarly, LOAD does not do relocation, and LOAD "",1,1 doesn't do _exactly_ the same thing on a PET as on a VIC-20 or C-64. Short answer is if it's not BASIC, use TIM to save it. LOAD will load it back in to wherever it was saved from. No need for the equivalent of LOAD"*",8,1 on a PET. -ethan Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-02-06 19:00:02
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