[Coco] Doubt about how 68xx interrupt vectors work

Robert Gault robert.gault at att.net
Sat Jul 21 20:11:34 EDT 2012

Juan Castro wrote:
> The values that are in the very last words of memory, the jump table for
> the interrupt vectors. In a CoCo, and in an MC-10, where are they
> physically stored? There's no ROM at these addresses. (Well, there is if
> you have a ROM expansion, but presume you don't.)
> Juan
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Interrupt vectors are stored at the end of the Basic ROM at $BFF2-$BFFF. The 
motherboard probably reflects the bytes at $FFF2-$FFFF to the above address.

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