Started by m_dr_m, 06:57, 28 April 20
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/*ld hl,#4000ld de,#4001ld bc,#3fffld (hl),lldir*/ld hl,#c000 ; this instruction will be assembled.
if 0 ld hl,#4000 ld de,#4001 ld bc,#3fff ld (hl),l ldirend
clear_screen = 0display_tm = 1dev_checks = 1[...]if clear_screen ld hl,#4000 ld de,#4001 ld bc,#3fff ld (hl),l ldirend
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:53, 11 August 21Or get out of the 50ies. Let the Editor care about what's comment and what's not.On screen show code and comments in different colors or in regular and italics. Something like that.This would save as from strange comment characters like ";" or "/*".
MACRO LINE_INT n MAP_PLUS(1) ld a,n ld (&6800),a MAP_PLUS(0)ENDM
Quote from: m_dr_m on 01:12, 16 August 21Hypothesis: there is a syntax error in MAP_PLUS(1), and a bug about the reported line.What happen if you put a NOP before ld a,n?
Quote from: Cwiiis on 19:41, 18 August 21Previously it was complaining that the parameter label didn't exist...
LINE_INT(defined_after)[...]defined_after = 4
Quote from: Cwiiis on 19:41, 18 August 21Another question, are there greater than/less than predicates?
Quote from: Cwiiis on 19:41, 18 August 21it resets back to basic
Quote from: Cwiiis on 02:16, 26 August 21then it also imports thousands of lines of nothing...
Quote from: Cwiiis on 23:58, 11 August 21I think my number 1 feature request would be to show all 8 bits
Quote from: Cwiiis on 02:16, 26 August 21So I guess somehow Orgams is missing the end of the file
Quote from: GUNHED on 15:52, 12 August 21The world is not ready for my idea
gen_mesh ld b,width.loopx [...] djnz loopx[...] display_mesh ld b,width.loopx [...] djnz loopx[...]
ld b,width2 jr gen_mesh.loopx
module Playerinit [...]update.loop [...] djnz .loop retdisplay [...]endmodule
call Player.initjr Player.update.loop
call Player::initjr Player::update.loop
import "math.i"import "math.o" ld hl,math.i::PI call math.o::cos
module math_i import "math.i"endmodulemodule math_o import "math.o"endmodule
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