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LCD

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Post Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:00 pm

Multiple Entry Points

HiSoft Basic offers this: You can define multiple entry points for the code using REM : #OPEN at every line, where a entry point is possible, then at compilation time it displays for every entry point the USR Adress.
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boriel

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Post Tue Jul 07, 2009 6:34 pm

Re: Multiple Entry Points

LCD wrote:HiSoft Basic offers this: You can define multiple entry points for the code using REM : #OPEN at every line, where a entry point is possible, then at compilation time it displays for every entry point the USR Adress.

Hi (I'm back!) :P

Well, you can already do that with labels.
When I end up the memory-map output, you can do this:
  Code:
:entry1
<basic instructions>
:entry2
<basic instructions>
...

After compilation, it will print entry1 and entry2 mem address so you can RAND USR them.
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LCD

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Post Wed Jul 08, 2009 8:20 pm

Re: Multiple Entry Points

Thank you very much. This are good news (also that you are back...). :)
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