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Posted Mon Sep 5, 2011 3:48 AM
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It says DDT is one the cart. Is DDT the equivalent of BUG65? Maybe the book was written before they added DDT. I'll look at it again and see if I can get a program to run.
I only have the OS-A+ / Mac-65 combo on real floppy so can't easily check right now.
How about DDT ? Is that on the disk?
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You can also assemble your program to an object file and then binary load it in DOS to run it. To do this in MAC/65, you need to put .OPT OBJ at the top of your program listing (note - .OPT is preceded by a period). I usually put it on line 1. Then, use the command ASM ,,#D:OBJECT.OBJ. Note - 2 commas after ASM. This will compile the source code in memory into an object file called OBJECT.OBJ which you can then binary load, and I think it will just run. Don't forget to save your source file before you edit to DOS!
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