[Coco] Assembler question
Stephen H. Fischer
SFischer1 at Mindspring.com
Sun Aug 28 18:21:46 EDT 2011
First, please start a new message, do NOT click reply and change the
It took me a bunch of digging to find your original post and discover that
you are using
Not Level-II which most of us are using on the CoCo 3. (Actually NitrOS-9)
So please disregard my post as it is for Level-II.
As to what you are doing, it is decades since many of us did anything like
what you are trying to do.
I think that I can find my Level-I manuals but hopefully someone else has a
better memory for OS-9 Level-I stuff.
"Helio Emery Jr." <helioemery-PkbjNfxxIARBDgjK7y7TUQ at public.gmane.org> wrote
in message news:BAY169-W3406B6AC05976082E00092CE150 at phx.gbl...
> Ok, so using either calls should guarantee the video going to graphics
> mode, but it doesn't...
> Right now, this is the only way I know of changing from character mode to
> graphics mode in OS-9.
> Anybody knows any other way?
> The strange thing is that it works in C (but need to flush the buffer),
> and using DISPLAY directly from the OS-9 shell, but isn't working in
> Any ideas?
>> To: coco-uNHYcr1XS/wmlAP/+Wk3EA at public.gmane.org
>> From: tlindner-wW8U5Peo71pAfugRpC6u6w at public.gmane.org
>> Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2011 14:08:48 -0700
>> Subject: Re: [Coco] Assembler question
>> Helio Emery Jr. <helioemery-PkbjNfxxIARBDgjK7y7TUQ at public.gmane.org>
>> > At this point, the only thing I can think off is flushing the stdout
>> > buffer.
>> > Do you know how to do this?
>> The kernel calls I$Write and I$WriteLn don't buffer output.
>> The C standard library (stdio) is what does the buffering in that
>> tim lindner
>> tlindner-wW8U5Peo71pAfugRpC6u6w at public.gmane.org Bright
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