So what do you think the next step(s) would be? Once you've filled that 760 bytes, do you save that chunk of code as a reloadable data source, then start again on a new chunk of code? So you might end up with (say) 4 chunks of 760 bytes that you load up that you then piece together with CALL LINK in TI-BASIC?. Or do you take all the opcodes & end up combining them all in a bunch of DATA/CALL LOAD (ie POKE) TI-BASIC commands until you filled as much of the 4k MM as possible?
Always wondered how you could fill the 4k with LBLA.
Nope, the entire program will have to fit in 760 bytes That's my goal. While it sounds like a minuscule amount of memory, assembly language can be pretty efficient and compact and so you can do a surprising amount with that. As I had stated earlier, it does force you to get into a different mindset than when you are programming under the EA environment, and that's the attraction for me. We shall see if I can overcome that challenge in the end!