Re: Program for testing RAM memory...

From: Ojala Pasi 'Albert' (
Date: 2001-10-13 20:35:12

> Why not just do a 32k loop POKEing 0x00, 0xff, 0xaa and 0x55 into the
> memory locations and checking if the read-back value is the same as the
> pattern previously stored?

Good idea, but also not enough. This does not check the addressing,
i.e. that there are 32k unique RAM locations.

/She spun round and saw two men holding a net. They would have thrown it
 over the wolf. What they hadn't been expecting was a naked woman. The
 sudden appearance of a naked woman always caused a rethink of anyone's
 immediate plans./	-- Angua in Discworld:"Jingo"

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