[Coco] DECB directory question
luis46coco at hotmail.com
Mon Dec 20 22:25:03 EST 2010
Yes the byte 13 contains the number of the first granule of the file.
Is this number an index pointing to a specific byte in the FAT
I make this
> From: mike at bcmr3.net
> To: coco at maltedmedia.com
> Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2010 13:14:54 -0500
> Subject: [Coco] DECB directory question
> I need help trying to understand the disk directory structure on track
> 17 and well the FAT structure. Just a SS 35 track disk.
> For a file entry, byte 13 contains the number of the first granule
> of the file. Is this number an index pointing to a specific byte in
> the FAT? I know that the FAT contains one byte per granule. So, for
> example let's say byte 13 for a given file entry is 06. Does this
> point to byte 06 in the FAT?
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