By Craig Patchett

ISBN-10: 0835942422

ISBN-13: 9780835942423

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According to Atari's operating system listing, it is "LINBUG RAM [and] will be replaced by [the] monitor RAM" (your guess is as good as mine), and the only time it uses it is to define it. It does seem to be used to store the VB LANK timer value though, so it's probably not completely useless . " As you probably already know, if you hold down the START button while turning on the computer, the computer will beep. If you then press RETURN, the computer will expect a machine language tape to be in the cassette recorder and will proceed to load it.

The number 9 in r ,x is the same as 9 decimal, but 10 hex is 16 decimal (1*16"1). ow do you write 10, II, 12, 13, 14, and 15 decimal in hex? Try " B, C, D, E, and F! That's why hex numbers look so confusing. So, for example, F in hex equals 15 decimal, IF equals 31 (16+ 15), and so on. Qh, and by the way, binary is actually the same as hex and decimal, except it counts in powers of 2! Don't worry, I'm not going to leave you yet. A few more examples should make you a little more comfortable about hex and how to use it, but first a chart (Table 1) to help us out.

LMIT 13063 13062 DUP Mf-"" T~ (Ir~ / 'I5) 7420 74tq INCLUDES BUFl

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