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Thanks. At least Tone Toy 2008 is finished, unlike everything else I've tried to do for the Atari 2600. :dunce:

 

Is it an attention span thing, RT? I can recommend a supplement that might help with that; megadoses of vitamin my-foot-in-your ass!!!!

 

Git to work!!!!

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Is there an "easter egg" or command that lets you display the values on demand in decimal, binary and hexidecimal? Not used to using decimal values.

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Is there an "easter egg" or command that lets you display the values on demand in decimal, binary and hexidecimal? Not used to using decimal values.

 

I could always adapt the program and make Tone Toy 2012.

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On 12/31/2011 at 11:05 AM, jdrose said:

Is there an "easter egg" or command that lets you display the values on demand in decimal, binary and hexidecimal? Not used to using decimal values.

 

Although it's many years later, you can now switch between decimal and hexadecimal by pressing the select switch. I also updated the code. The .bin file and .bas file are in the first post.

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