Started by darkdog, 18:23, 27 January 15
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Quote from: darkdog on 18:23, 27 January 15 - Call of machine language programs are prohibited - POKEing is allowed
Quote from: darkdog on 21:59, 27 January 15Please no machine code. We want to show the power of BASIC on different 8 bit platforms. And I think Locomotive Basic is probably the most powerful of all.
Quote from: darkdog on 11:27, 28 January 15Let me say in other words:- the 10 lines of the programm can not contain self-written machine code
Quote from: AMSDOS on 12:02, 28 January 15ok. The control code situation I was referring to is slightly different to M/C where someone can Incorporate a Command from within a PRINT quote, sometimes followed by a number if the command needs one. Normally this is done via chr$(), but can be condensed into a control code and inserted into PRINT quoted statement, handy for things like PEN for PRINTing Multicoloured Text from a single PRINT statement.
Quote from: EgoTrip on 19:50, 28 January 15So with the clarification, I assume it would be acceptable to CALL &BB18 to save bytes for a "press any key" routine?
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