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128k memory: saving and restoring data
Hi Oblo! Did you manage to find a way to do what you were aiming for?

I am trying to code a program which first, loads 64k of data on the four extra banks (16k ech) and finally executes itself, switching to the appropiate bank each time it needs to access data.

I don't know if you were trying to do something similar. If so, can you share your findings?

Also, in your asm code, what di the "di" and "ei" asm commands do? Is that related to the stack?

And finally, I read that there is a difference in bank numbering between 128 and +2A/B/3. Does it affect the data loading or it is only a matter of the contained memory being in diffrrent banks?


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