[Coco] Assembly Language - Simple Q
beretta42 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 22:59:08 EST 2017
Allen's correct. But, I feel your question seems to ask about PIC
coding... in that case it would be "leax s001,pcr"
On Wed, Feb 8, 2017 at 10:42 PM, Allen Huffman <alsplace at pobox.com> wrote:
> Should this be
> ldx #s001
> ? I think the # is what you are missing.
> > On Feb 8, 2017, at 9:20 PM, William Mikrut <wmikrut72 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > org $1200
> > start ldy #$0400 Point to the start of VidRam
> > sty $88 Position the Cursor
> > ldx s001 Load the address of my data
> > wrt001 lda ,x+ Get a character from my data
> > cmpa #$0d Is it end of data?
> > beq e001 If yes, quit
> > jsr $a30a Put the character on the screen
> > bra wrt001 Go do it again
> > e001 rts
> > s001 fcc 'THIS IS SOME TEXT!'
> > fcb $0d
> > end start
> > Simple enough -- go print some text on the screen.
> > However, one thing bugs me in the compiler output:
> > That BE 1216 @ 1207.
> > Assuming I loaded the program to another section of memory..
> > Well, you see my dilemma.
> > I thought there was a way to signal the compiler to look at the fcc
> > data xxx bytes down --13 bytes specifically without using a specific
> > location.
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