Re: Detect a C128 from C64 mode

From: Raymond C. Bryan (
Date: 2003-02-14 05:57:31

>  >>>>> "UvB" == Ullrich von Bassewitz <> writes:
>UvB> I'm currently wondering if there is a really easy and reliable
>UvB> way for a C64 program to detect if it is running on a C128 in C64
>UvB> mode. What I've used until now is a subroutine testing for the
>UvB> VDC and VDC memory, but the memory footprint of this subroutine
>UvB> is too big. I'm thinking of something with less than 20 bytes.
>UvB> Does anybody have an idea how to do that?
>print peek(53296). I can't test on a real machine right now, but it
>works in vice.

I have both my C128's running Pocket Planner to do my taxes now, so I 
am unable to check this for you.

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