-- On Fri, 2 Feb 2001 00:04:53 Nate Dannenberg wrote: >Answering these as they apply to the C128 (and in most places, the C64): Thanks, seems like the C128 is similar enough to the C64 in these respects >> Where to I load in order to initiate a vector based autorun function >> (ie I normally use the CHROUT vector/tape buffer on a C64)? > >I don't quite follow. Multi-load routines work the same way in a C128 as I'm thinking auto run, not multi-load. that is if a file loaded with LOAD"name",8,1 over-writes the CHROUT vector, when READY. goes to get printed a new routine takes over... are these locations the same on a C128? >> Where are BASIC start /end text pointers? > >Start of Text: $2D >Start of Variables: $2F Seem to have moved by about 2 locations from where they are on the C64... >> What is some simple code to bank I/O in and out of processor space? >So to reveal all the RAM in Bank 0, just set this register to $3F. To get >at all the RAM in Bank 0, but with I/O devices, set it to $3E. Stock >configuration would be to set this to $00. Wow! Now that's the easiest guide to memory banking I've ever been given! Thanks! Get your small business started at Lycos Small Business at http://www.lycos.com/business/mail.html - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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