> 2) Does the CBM-II have extra space between lines in text mode like the > 8032? The C610/620 have a normal 8x8 pixel character setup, with no extra scanlines between the chars (in both graphics/text modes) The C710/720 have a IIRC 14x8 pixel setup, i.e. 14 scanlines per char, but also with no extra scanlines between the character (in both graphics/text modes) > 4064 > Sprites are disabled. To enable, POKE 646,PEEK(646) OR 128. How can sprites be disabled by the operating system? Is it not possible to just enable them by poking to the VIC? (Assuming 4064 has a C64-like basic without extra sprite commands). > Control Codes Not The Same In All Versions > 2 underline 31 blue Do these codes include the PET BASIC 4 codes? Ah, I see top left and bottom right define the window? > 15 flash/top left 137 F2/set tab 152 m gray/bl-grn > Memory Available For Basic Programs > C16 12287 bytes > VIC 20 3583-28159 bytes > PET/CBM 3071-31743 bytes There is a LOS-96 basic extension for the PET, that presumably separates variables from program code in the 8096/8296 machines and put them to other banks, but I don't have the numbers at hand. > C128 122365 bytes Should this not also be separated into code and variable numbers? Great work! Andre -- Sent through GMX FreeMail - http://www.gmx.net - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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