Greg King wrote: > The CBM 8032 has BASIC 4. > But, the C64 has only BASIC 2. As far as I understand, the BASIC V2 in the VIC-20 and C64 is a cut down version of BASIC V4 in the 4032/8032, rather than the old BASIC V2 found in the 2001/3032 variants. Bugs from the old V2 are fixed, the Microsoft Easter Egg I believe is removed and so are the disk commands like CATALOG, HEADER, the special DS$ variable and so on. But yes, a truncated BASIC will lead to different addresses and possibly changed code so that is why Ruud's cross translation from C64 sources got stuck. I'm surprised if there are no previous annotated disassemblies of the 8032. At least we have some memory maps with entry points to routines as indicated, which was enough to partly understand what the Data Becker routines are doing, in the mean time waiting for the complete disassembly of the ROMs. Best regards Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-09-07 09:00:49
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