By J.P. May, F. Quinn, N. Ray, I. Tornehave

ISBN-10: 3540081364

ISBN-13: 9783540081364

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See VTIMRl1214 (528 to 535) and the POKEY chip (53760 to 54015) for more details. For you beginners, as well as the pros, there is a handy-dandy use for for POKMSK. If you haven't guessed already it allows yo u to disable the BREAK key so that nobody can BREAK into your program and steal your code. All you have to do is turn bit seven off. How do you do that? Try the following subroutine: 1000 BK=PEEK(16):IF BK>128 THEN POKE 16,BK-128:POKE 53774,BK -128 10tO RETURN Notice that we also change location 53774.

You don't have to run away at the sound of those words. Hex, as its friends call it, is not nearly as hard as everyone thinks it is. As a matter of fact, it's really quite simple. But, just in case you don't believe us, I provide both decimal and hexadecimal numbers throughout the book. Now, though, we're going to learn about hex together. The main use for hex is in assembly language programming. We're not going to worry about that now though, because it's not really important. Instead, we're going to go back to grade school, where we first learned all about the number system.

PBUFSZ 30 001E PBUFSZ is the size of the print buffer, but not necessarily the size of the print line . The normal buffer size is 40 bytes (which is obviously not the normal line size for most printers). It is initialized to zero by the OS (and not set until P: is opened), and set to four in the case of a printer status request. Characters get stored in the print buffer on their way to the printer. The OS checks PBPNT (29) to see whether it's equal to the buffer size (which would mean that the buffer is full) and, if it is, the buffer gets sent to the printer.

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