By Don Inman
For those who already be aware of uncomplicated and feature entry to 1 of the preferred Apple types, you are in your approach to constructing actual services at the topic. The ebook combines colour, portraits, and sound with uncomplicated demonstrations that can assist you learn-FAST. you are going to commence easily, utilizing uncomplicated statements like POKE, PEEK< and make contact with to go into and execute computing device language courses. Then you are going to strengthen a simple working method, getting into and executing your desktop language courses from there. your next step can have you utilizing an Apple approach computer screen to application without delay and keep the time often had to interpret simple statements. eventually, you are going to how to use the Apple Mini-Assembler to prevent the complex info concerned with direct computer language programming. All in a couple of, speedy stages-you'll be stunned at how basic it really is!
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Extra info for Apple machine language
PRINT PEEK (80S) 19 0 ]. Sixth 0 ~The value PEEKed at is 19. This is the decimal equivalent of the hexadecimal value 13 that was entered, and it has been moved to the correct memory location . (Bj Last of all come the subroutines of the Operating System. The first one converts the hexadecimal data to decimal values for the BASIC interpreter. SECTION 6A 1000 REM * CONVERT HEX TO DECIMAL * 1010 M=ASC(H$): N=ASC(U$) HEX 1020 IF M>S7 THEN M=M-SS : GOTO 1040 1030 M=M-48 1040 IF N>S7 THEN N=N-SS : GOTO 1060 10S0 N=N-48 1060 D=16*M+N 1070 RETURN IN OUT DECIMAL Line 1020 checks the ASCII code for the first hexadecimal digit.
They already contain information that is protected (cannot be changed by a program or immediate mode input). A memory map follows for the Applesoft firmware version of the Apple computer. 25 MEMORY MAP APPLESOFT IN FIRMWARE (ROM) Address 00000-00511 00512-00767 *00768-01023 01 024-02047 02048-XXXXX 08192-16383 16384-24575 49152-53247 53248-63487 53248-57343 } 57344-63487 64488-65535 Function Program workspace - not for user Keyboard character buffer Free to user for short machine language programs Screen Display area User area for BASIC programs and variables.
This value in decimal form would be 805 (3 X 162 + 2 X 16 + 5). We can find out if it really did this by typing: PRINT PEEK(805) after the machine language program has been executed. 37 Example: HERE IS YOUR PROGRAM 768 A9 769 13 770 80 771 2S 772 03 773 60 ? fGl ? PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE -You pressed a key . ~ . NO, @]? ' * ?. ] PRINT PEEK (80S) 19 0 ]. Sixth 0 ~The value PEEKed at is 19. This is the decimal equivalent of the hexadecimal value 13 that was entered, and it has been moved to the correct memory location .