[Coco] Coco Digest, Vol 45, Issue 32
theother_bob at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 11 10:16:51 EDT 2007
Check out Disk Basic Unravelled for a fairly complete description of the disk structure.
The OPEN command is used for direct or random access to data files. DSKI$ and DSKO$ are for raw sector access, not files per se. I made good use of random access data files in the Color FOG installer program if you want to study their use. (Also read Color FOG Unravelled to help decipher my code)
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From: Fedor Steeman <petrander at gmail.com>
To: CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 7:36:41 AM
Subject: Re: [Coco] Coco Digest, Vol 45, Issue 32
Thanks Carl! But how can one find the start or load address?
On 11/04/07, carl j england <mrspock12 at juno.com> wrote:
> this will give you the execute address of a disk m/l file
> the last 5 bytes of a m/l file contain FF 00 00 nn nn. the last two
> bytes (nn nn) are the execute address.
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