By Jules H. Gilder

ISBN-10: 0412011212

ISBN-13: 9780412011214

ISBN-10: 1468464248

ISBN-13: 9781468464245

The Apple / / sequence of pcs represents some of the most flexible and robust domestic pcs to be had. If you have got used your machine for your time, you have most likely develop into really accustomed to Applesoft uncomplicated. that is reliable, simply because when you comprehend that, this publication will assist you to graduate from simple programming to meeting language programming. there are lots of purposes to software your Apple in meeting language. firstly is velocity. meeting language is ready a hundred instances quicker than uncomplicated. if you are considering writing video games or enterprise courses that do sorting, velocity is of the essence and meeting language is a needs to. meeting language courses frequently additionally require much less reminiscence. hence you could squeeze extra advanced courses right into a smaller quantity of reminiscence. eventually, meeting language courses give you a large amount of safeguard, simply because they're more challenging to track and alter. whereas meeting language is robust, it does not must be tricky to profit. actually, in the event you can write courses in Applesoft uncomplicated, you are already half-way domestic. This publication assumes you recognize simple and totally not anything approximately meeting language or desktop language. each attempt has been made to jot down in nontechnical language and to set the chapters out in a logical demeanour, introducing new strategies in digestible items as and after they are wanted, instead of devoting entire chapters to express items.

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Operation LOA $]500 BO ]5 Accumulator $1501 $1500 IF $14FF As can be seen above, the operation code is followed by the address which, as always, is stored in reverse order low byte first. The contents of location $1500 are copied into the accumulator when the instruction is executed. Program 14 uses absolute addressing to place an inverse A on the screen; note that it is not printed but stored into screen memory. Program 14 10 20 REM ** ABSOLUTE ADDRESSING CODE = 768 ** 51 30 40 50 60 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 FOR LOOP = 0 TO 5 READ BYTE POKE CODE + LOOP, BYTE NEXTLOOP REM ** M/C DATA ** DATA 169,1 REM $A9, SOl DATA 141,80,04 REM $8D, 550, $04 DATA 96 : REM $60 -LDA #SOl -STA 1104 -RTS HOME PRINT: PRINT: PRINT CALL CODE The meaning of each line is as follows: Lines 20-60 Line 90 Line 100 Line 110 Lines 130-140 Line 150 Assemble machine code.

Store accumulator's contents at 1792 + X. Decrement X register. IF X< >0 then go back. Back to BASIC. Clear screen and print title. Wait for a key to be pressed. Execute machine code. When RUN, the message of line 170 is printed on to the screen. The program then waits for a key to be pressed before calling the machine code. The X register acts as the offset counter and is initialized in line 90. to the accumulator, and then stored back into screen memory at 1792 + X; m both mstances absolute indexed addressing is used.

On pressing RETURN, the first program address is displayed followed by a dollar sign ($). All you now have to do is type in the hex digits. After you type the second digit, the value of the byte is calculated and then POKEd into memory. The next address is then 28 displayed. The program checks for (and ignores) non-hex characters. To quit the program at any time, just type'S' (for STOP). 4 shows the result of a typical run of the program. Once the machine code has been entered, it can be tested by using the CALL command followed by the address (in decimal) of the first byte of the machine code program.

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