Subject: Re: [stella] Graphics|
From: Eckhard_Stolberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Eckhard Stolberg)
Date: Sun, 13 Apr 1997 11:11:18 +0200
> By the way, does a # tell the compiler that >the numbers right after it are in decimal form, >a $ for hexideciaml numbers, and a % for binary? >If I'm right, this would make some of the code >I've been looking at much easier to figure out. You got the % and the $ right, but i think the # means that the next number is an absolute value and not a zeropage address. For example if you would do a 'LDA 128', the contend of zeropage address 128 would be loaded into the accumulator. If you would do a 'LDA #128', the number 128 would be loaded into the accu. On the 2600 the zeropage contains the RAM and all TIA registers. Ciao, Eckhard Stolberg -- Archives available at http://www.biglist.com/lists/stella/archives/ E-mail UNSUBSCRIBE in the body to stella-request@xxxxxxxxxxx to be removed.