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Offline jjaranda13

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Re: 8BP
« Reply #125 on: 20:46, 13 January 21 »
you can enlarge this ciclo.c as you like, eg up to 10k compiled code?


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of course. You can create a full "C" program that takes 22KB compiled, or a mix BASIC + C program , sharing the 22KB between C and BASIC, for example 12KB "C" and 10 KB BASIC

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Re: 8BP
« Reply #126 on: 20:58, 14 February 21 »
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Re: 8BP
« Reply #127 on: 16:38, 15 February 21 »

the sprite are not transparent, but rather square blocks are visible.   8)


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Re: 8BP
« Reply #128 on: 18:39, 15 February 21 »
the sprite are not transparent, but rather square blocks are visible.

Really informative.

That's a well known sprites rendering thecnique very usefull when dealing with updating various sprites on screen.
That way you save a bunch of cycles, and your ass beign caught by the beam.

Did you ever played original 'Commando' or 'Gauntlet'?
They used this approach, despite being programmed on assembly.
Regarding 8BP the result is just impressive
« Last Edit: 22:04, 15 February 21 by SpDizzy »

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Re: 8BP
« Reply #129 on: 23:42, 15 February 21 »

what will be new in the future at 8bp?


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Re: 8BP
« Reply #130 on: 13:40, 23 February 21 »
Is there a current version of the documentation in English?


I would also love to see that ....

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Re: 8BP
« Reply #131 on: 18:15, 02 April 21 »
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