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Sinclair

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Post Thu Apr 09, 2015 2:59 pm

Calls to system commands

Hi, first I want to congratulate you for this great programming language for our speccy and also for this magnificent Forum.

I have a question concerning the language that I could not find in the wiki.

-Would it is possible from the language to make calls to system commands + 3 BASIC and+3e?

Thank you.
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boriel

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Post Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:51 am

Re: Calls to system commands

Sinclair wrote:Hi, first I want to congratulate you for this great programming language for our speccy and also for this magnificent Forum.

I have a question concerning the language that I could not find in the wiki.

-Would it is possible from the language to make calls to system commands + 3 BASIC and+3e?

Thank you.

ZX BASIC allows inline ASM, so the best way to accomplish this is to create FUNCTIONs with ASM bodies.
Do you have the ASM ROM subroutine calls documented?
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Sinclair

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Post Thu Apr 16, 2015 9:58 am

Re: Calls to system commands

boriel wrote:
Sinclair wrote:Hi, first I want to congratulate you for this great programming language for our speccy and also for this magnificent Forum.

I have a question concerning the language that I could not find in the wiki.

-Would it is possible from the language to make calls to system commands + 3 BASIC and+3e?

Thank you.

ZX BASIC allows inline ASM, so the best way to accomplish this is to create FUNCTIONs with ASM bodies.
Do you have the ASM ROM subroutine calls documented?



OK, I was prepared for it :)

What I need is to execute some commands + 3 basic and collect their output.
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