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The Spectrum Client
#1
Here is the V 1.2 of my spectranet client. There are 2 MUDS and one BBS.

You will need a spectrum with a spectranet add on, or you can use the FUSE emulator which is set up to use the spectranet.


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#2
added to the wiki: https://zxbasic.readthedocs.io/en/docs/r...rum_Client
btw, how do we use spectranet and test it with your utility?
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#3
First the spectranet is a bit of plugin hardware for the speccy.

or

You can use the FUSE emulator with a spectranet setup. You should be able to get help in setting it up if you goto the WOS chat.

With a regular IRC client.
In that setup, use the following configuration:

Servername: irc.worldofspectrum.org
Port: 6667
Password: 16384
Channels: #general, #technical

or

http://sourceforge.net/p/fuse-emulator/c...tranet.txt (a how to)
or use my snapshot http://www.boriel.com/forum/download/file.php?id=88

One thing to beware of on a snapshot is that you need to reset the IP address of the virtual Spectranet to the IP address of your real device.
http://spectrum.alioth.net/doc/index.php/Main_Page
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#4
This is awesome!
Which Network routines did you use?
If I recall correctly, the ones bundled with ZX Basic didn't work very well :oops:
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#5
The Client code


Code:
INK 7 : PAPER 0 : BORDER 0 : CLS
#include <times2.bas>
#include <print42.bas>
#include <print64.bas>
#include <input.bas>
#include <keys.bas>
#include <myprint64.bas>

let length=60 : let rowx=0 : let xx$="<"

plot 0,0 : draw 255,0 :  draw 0,175 : draw -255,0 : draw 0,-175
doubleSizePrint(0,4,"The Spectrum")
doubleSizePrint(2,10,"Client")

printat42(5,4)
Print42("Welcome to the The Spectrum Client.")
printat64(7,8)
print64("With this client YOU can access 2 online MUDS.")
printat64(8,12)
print64("The 8 Bit Mud, and the Star Wars Mud.")
printat64(9,3)
print64("With the 8 Bit Mud, we will be adding text adventure games")
printat64(10,23)
print64("from the spectrum.")
printat64(12,7)
print64("You can also access a BBS Bulletin Board System")
printat64(14,2)
print64("1 : The 8 Bit Mud.  2 : The Star Wars Mud.  3 : The 8 Bit BBS")


PRINT AT 17,1;"PRESS (1/2/3/Q) ";




MENUINPUT:
let a$="                   The Spectrum Client V 1.2                       Thanks to Polomint for his incomplete code.            Thanks to John Metcalf for his help in the 64 column scroll code.          Thanks to Boriel for his ZX Compiler.     And THANKS to ME for this SHIT code.                      "

FOR n=1 TO LEN a$
LET a$=a$(2 TO )+a$(1)

doubleSizePrint(20,1,a$(1 TO 31))
PAUSE 20
i$=inkey$
if i$="1" then goto THEBITMUD : end if
if i$="2" then goto STARWARS : end if
if i$="3" then goto BBS : end if
if i$="q" or i$="Q" then stop : end if
NEXT n

goto MENUINPUT

THEBITMUD:

INK 7 : PAPER 0 : BORDER 0 : CLS
doubleSizePrint(0,4,"Ardentcrests")
doubleSizePrint(2,5,"Spectranet")
doubleSizePrint(4,12,"TCP")
doubleSizePrint(6,4,"Client  Test")

doubleSizePrint(10,5,"Looking up")
doubleSizePrint(12,2,"The 8 Bit Mud")

print at 18,0;

poke (@MyLabel3),0
poke (@MyLabel3+1),64

goto THESTART


STARWARS:

INK 7 : PAPER 0 : BORDER 0 : CLS
doubleSizePrint(0,4,"Ardentcrests")
doubleSizePrint(2,5,"Spectranet")
doubleSizePrint(4,12,"TCP")
doubleSizePrint(6,4,"Client  Test")

doubleSizePrint(10,5,"Looking up")
doubleSizePrint(12,5,"Star Wars:")
doubleSizePrint(14,4,"Fall of the")
doubleSizePrint(16,8,"Empire")

print at 18,0;

poke (@MyLabel3),0
poke (@MyLabel3+1),128

goto THESTART

BBS:

INK 7 : PAPER 0 : BORDER 0 : CLS
doubleSizePrint(0,4,"Ardentcrests")
doubleSizePrint(2,5,"Spectranet")
doubleSizePrint(4,12,"TCP")
doubleSizePrint(6,4,"Client  Test")

doubleSizePrint(10,5,"Looking up")
doubleSizePrint(12,2,"The 8 Bit BBS")

print at 14,0;

poke (@MyLabel3),0
poke (@MyLabel3+1),24

goto THESTART



THESTART:


pause 50
pause 50

opensocket()


hostip()


connect()

sendfirst()

INK 7 : PAPER 0 : BORDER 0 : CLS

NETline()
MAIN:
    NETmainloop()
    gosub NETinputloop
    NETmainloop()
goto MAIN

NETinputloop:
     for timeout=0 to 1500 : next timeout
    if rowx=0 then printat64(22,0):print64(xx$+" "):goto NetJump1 : end if


    FOR ii = 0 TO rowx : printat64(22,ii):print64(chr$(peek (@MyLabel + ii))) : NEXT ii : print64(xx$+" ")

NetJump1:
    let k=code inkey$ : for timeout=0 to 1500 : next timeout
    if k>31 and k<128 then goto NetKeyPress : end if
    if k=13 then goto senddata : end if
    if k=12 then goto NetDeleteKey : end if
return

NetDeleteKey:
    if rowx=0 then goto NETinputloop : end if
    POKE (@MyLabel + (rowx-1)), 0
    let rowx = rowx - 1
return

NetKeyPress:
    if rowx=length then goto NETinputloop : end if
    POKE (@MyLabel + rowx), k
    let rowx = rowx + 1
return

senddata:
printat64(22,0):print64("                                                            ")
    POKE (@MyLabel + rowx), 13
    POKE (@MyLabel + rowx+1), 10
    poke (@MyLabel2),(rowx+2)
poke (@MyLabel2+1),0
    send2()
NETline()

for ii=0 to rowx+1 : POKE (@MyLabel + ii), 0 : next ii

let rowx=0
return


END

SUB fastcall NETline()
    ASM
newline:
        ld hl, lineMSG
        ld bc, end1-lineMSG
        call myPrint42

    END ASM
END SUB

SUB fastcall opensocket()
    ASM

        ld c, 1
        ld hl, SOCKET
        call HLCALL
        ld (v_sockfd), a
        ret

    END ASM
END SUB

SUB fastcall hostip()
    ASM

        ld hl, serverhost
        ld de, ip_buffer
        ld ix, GETHOSTBYNAME
        call IXCALL
        ret
    END ASM
END SUB

SUB fastcall connect()
    ASM
        ld hl, connectingMSG
        ld    bc, end3-connectingMSG
        call myPrint42
    
        ; now actually connect...
        ld a, (v_sockfd)                ; get back the socket file descriptor
        ld de, ip_buffer                ; point to the dotted ip notation we got previously
        ld bc, (serverport)                ; the port I want to use to connect on... (22528 as is heh)
        ld hl, CONNECT
        call HLCALL                    ; call the Spectranet CONNECT ROM routine, :D
        ;jp c, commerror                ; carry is set if there is an error (fingers crossed k)
    
        ; CONNECTED !!!
        xor a
        inc a
        ld (connected), a
    
        ld hl, connectedMSG
        ld bc, end5-connectedMSG
        call myPrint42
END ASM
END SUB

SUB fastcall sendfirst()
    ASM
        ld a, (v_sockfd)
        ld de, garbage
        ld bc, garbageend-garbage
        ld hl, SEND
        call HLCALL
    END ASM
END SUB



SUB fastcall send2()
    ASM
        ld a, (v_sockfd)
        ld de, text1
        ld bc, (length1)
        ld hl, SEND
        call HLCALL
    END ASM
END SUB


SUB fastcall NETmainloop()
ASM

    ; main receive loop, :/
.tightloop:
    ; poll the socket to see if data is waiting
    call    pollSocket
    jr c, .no_data1
    ; there is data to be collected
.gData2:
    call    clearBuffer
    ld a, (v_sockfd)
    ld de, responseBuffer
    ld bc, responseBufferEnd-responseBuffer
    ld hl, RECV
    call HLCALL
    jp c, commerror
    ld hl, responseBuffer            ; get the address of the buffer
    add hl, bc                    ; add on the number of received bytes
    inc hl
    ld (hl), msgEND                ; mark that point as the end of the text
    call    displayData                ; and just display that, :D
    jr .tightloop
.no_data1:    
scf
;    xor a
; .checkkeys:    

;    jr nc, .tightloop

    ; now close the socket, dunno why cos I ain't never ever gonna give you up, err, I mean drop to BASIC
                ; green indicates complete run through worked ok...
    ret
;========================================================================    

pollSocket:
    ; returns carry clear if data to be fetched
    ; or set carry to indicate no data...
    ld    a, (v_sockfd)
    ld    hl, POLLFD
    CALL HLCALL
    jr    z, .nodata
    scf
    ccf
    ret
.nodata:
    scf
    ret


displayData:
    ;ld a, 3
    ;out ($fe), a
    ld hl, responseBuffer
    call myPrint64
call newline
    ret

END ASM
END SUB

SUB fastcall clearBuffer()
ASM
clearBuffer:
    ld    hl, responseBuffer
    ld    de, responseBuffer+1
    ld    bc, responseBufferEnd-responseBuffer-1
    ld    (hl), 32
    ldir
    ret
END ASM
END SUB

SUB fastcall commerror()
    ASM
        commerror:
        ld a, 2
        out ($fe), a                    ; turn border red to indicate error... :/
        ld hl, errorMSG
        call myPrint42                ; print the error msg
        ld a, (v_sockfd)
        and a                        ; do we have a socket?
        ret z                        ; nope, so return ;NOTE: This may cause a ret to BASIC, grr, will sort it later, :p
        ld hl, CLOSE                    ; we have a socket, so clean it up
        call HLCALL
        ;call end_interrupts            ; reset interrupts back to im 1..
        ret
    END ASM
END SUB

SUB fastcall myPrint42()
ASM
myPrint42:
    push    af
    push    ix
    push    hl
    ld     ix, PRINT42
    CALL     IXCALL
    pop    hl
    pop    ix
    pop    af
    ret
END ASM
END SUB



ASM

msgEND            EQU 0
msgCR                  EQU 10

RET_OK            EQU 0
RET_SOCKERR        EQU 1
RET_PORTERR        EQU 2
RET_RECEIVEERR    EQU 4
RET_UNKNOWN        EQU 128

SOCK_STREAM        EQU 1
SOCK_DGRAM        EQU 2
SOCK_RAW            EQU 3
CALLBAS            EQU 0x10
STACK_BC            EQU $2D2B
PRINT_FP            EQU $2DE3



MODULECALL             equ $3FF8
MODULECALL_NOPAGE    equ $28
PAGEIN                 equ $3FF9
PAGEOUT               equ $007C
HLCALL                equ $3FFA
IXCALL                equ $3FFD

; Port defines
CTRLREG                equ $033B
CPLDINFO               equ $023B

; Jump table entry points
SOCKET                equ $3E00      ; Allocate a socket
CLOSE                 equ $3E03      ; Close a socket
LISTEN               equ $3E06      ; Listen for incoming connections
ACCEPT                 equ $3E09      ; Accept an incoming connection
BIND                equ $3E0C      ; Bind a local address to a socket
CONNECT                equ $3E0F      ; Connect to a remote host
SEND                equ $3E12      ; Send data
RECV                equ $3E15      ; Receive data
SENDTO              equ $3E18      ; Send data to an address
RECVFROM            equ $3E1B      ; Receive data from an address
POLL                equ $3E1E      ; Poll a list of sockets
POLLALL             equ $3E21      ; Poll all open sockets
POLLFD              equ $3E24      ; Poll a single socket
GETHOSTBYNAME       equ $3E27      ; Look up a hostname
PUTCHAR42           equ $3E2A      ; 42 column print write a character
PRINT42             equ $3E2D      ; 42 column print a null terminated string
CLEAR42             equ $3E30      ; Clear the screen and reset 42-col print
SETPAGEA            equ $3E33      ; Sets page area A
SETPAGEB            equ $3E36      ; Sets page area B
LONG2IPSTRING       equ $3E39      ; Convert a 4 byte big endian long to an IP
IPSTRING2LONG       equ $3E3C      ; Convert an IP to a 4 byte big endian long
ITOA8               equ $3E3F      ; Convert a byte to ascii
RAND16              equ $3E42      ; 16 bit PRNG
REMOTEADDRESS       equ $3E45      ; Fill struct sockaddr_in
IFCONFIG_INET       equ $3E48      ; Set IPv4 address
IFCONFIG_NETMASK     equ $3E4B      ; Set netmask
IFCONFIG_GW         equ $3E4E      ; Set gateway
INITHW              equ $3E51      ; Set the MAC address and initial hw registers
GETHWADDR           equ $3E54      ; Read the MAC address
DECONFIG            equ $3E57      ; Deconfigure inet, netmask and gateway
MAC2STRING          equ $3E5A      ; Convert 6 byte MAC address to a string
STRING2MAC          equ $3E5D      ; Convert a hex string to a 6 byte MAC address
ITOH8               equ $3E60      ; Convert accumulator to hex string
HTOI8               equ $3E63      ; Convert hex string to byte in A
GETKEY              equ $3E66      ; Get a key from the keyboard, and put it in A
KEYUP               equ $3E69      ; Wait for key release
INPUTSTRING         equ $3E6C      ; Read a string into buffer at DE
GET_IFCONFIG_INET     equ $3E6F      ; Gets the current IPv4 address
GET_IFCONFIG_NETMASK     equ $3E72      ; Gets the current netmask
GET_IFCONFIG_GW     equ $3E75      ; Gets the current gateway address
SETTRAP                equ $3E78      ; Sets the programmable trap
DISABLETRAP         equ $3E7B      ; Disables the programmable trap
ENABLETRAP          equ $3E7E      ; Enables the programmable trap
PUSHPAGEA           equ $3E81      ; Pages a page into area A, pushing the old one
POPPAGEA            equ $3E84      ; Restores the previous page in area A
PUSHPAGEB           equ $3E87      ; Pages into area B pushing the old one
POPPAGEB            equ $3E8A      ; Restores the previous page in area B
PAGETRAPRETURN      equ $3E8D      ; Returns from a trap to page area B
TRAPRETURN          equ $3E90      ; Returns from a trap that didn't page area B
ADDBASICEXT         equ $3E93      ; Adds a BASIC command
STATEMENT_END       equ $3E96      ; Check for statement end, exit at syntax time
EXIT_SUCCESS        equ $3E99      ; Use this to exit successfully after cmd
PARSE_ERROR         equ $3E9C      ; Use this to exit to BASIC with a parse error
RESERVEPAGE         equ $3E9F      ; Reserve a page of static RAM
FREEPAGE            equ $3EA2      ; Free a page of static RAM
REPORTERR           equ $3EA5      ; report an error via BASIC



lineMSG:            defm " "
                defm 10,13
end1:                defm 0

connectingMSG:        defm "Connecting..."
                defm 13
end3:                defm 0

allocatingMSG:        defm "Allocating resources..."
                defm 13
end4:                defm 0

connectedMSG:        defm "Connected. "
                defm 13
end5:                defm 0

receivngMSG:        defm "Receiving data."
                defm 13
end6:                defm 0

errorMSG:            defm "Failed."
                defm 13
end7:                defm 0

doneMSG:            defm "Done"
                defm 13
end8:                defm 0

waitingMSG:        defm "I iz waitingz k :p"
                defm 13
end9:                defm 0

crMSG:            defm 13
end10:            defm 0

v_sockfd:            defb 0                  ; storage for socket file descriptor

more:                ds 60
connected:            defb 0                ; 0 means not connected, 1 means connected
ip_buffer:           defb 0, 0, 0, 0            ; leave 4 bytes free for an IP address

garbage:            defm ""
defm 10
garbageend:        defb 0

responseBuffer:        ds 1024
responseBufferEnd:    defm 0

garbage2:            defm "daddydaylight"

serverhost:        defb "the8bitmud.zapto.org"
END ASM

    MyLabel3:
       ASM
        serverport:        ds 2
        END ASM

    MyLabel:
       ASM
        text1:            ds 60
        END ASM

        MyLabel2:
        ASM
        length1:            ds 2
    END ASM

the myprint64.bas

Code:
' vim:ts=4:et:
' ---------------------------------------------------------
' 64 Characters wide PRINT Routine for ZX BASIC
' Contributed by Britlion
' ---------------------------------------------------------

#ifndef __MYPRINT64__
#define __MYPRINT64__

#pragma push(case_insensitive)
#pragma case_insensitive = TRUE



' Print given string at current position
SUB fastcall myPrint64 ()
    asm
    PROC    ; Declares begin of procedure
            ; so we can now use LOCAL labels

              
myPrint64:
    ; Test string length. If Zero, exit.
    ld a, c                  
    or b                    
    jp z, myp64_END            
          
    LOCAL examineChar      
    examineChar:
            ld a, (hl)               ; Grab the character
            cp 128                   ; too high to print?
            jr nc, nextChar          ; then we go to next.
          
            cp 22                    ; Is this an AT?
            jr nz, newLine           ; If not, hop to newLine routine.
            ex de, hl                ; Swap DE and HL
            and a                    ; Clear Carry
            ld hl, 2                 ;  
            sbc hl, bc               ; Can we Shorten our string length by 2? If not then at (y,x) doesn't make sense.
            ex de, hl                ; Swap DE and HL back
            jp nc, myp64_END           ; If we went negative, there wasn't anything to AT to, so we return.
          
            inc hl                   ; Onto our Y co-ordinate
            ld d, (hl)               ; And load it into D
            dec bc                   ; Shorten our remaining string counter.
            inc hl                   ; Onto the X Co-ordinate
            ld e, (hl)               ; Load it into E
            dec bc                   ; Shorten our remaining string counter
            call myp64_test_X          ; Make xy legal 60051 205 53  235
            jr myp64_eaa3              ; Go to save coords 60054 24  11

    LOCAL newLine
    newLine:
            cp 13                    ; Is this a newline character? 60056 254 13
            jr nz, myp64_isPrintable   ; If not, hop to testing to see if we can print this 60058 32  13
            ld de, (myp64_coords)      ; Get coords 60060 237 91  68  235
            call myp64_nxtLine         ; Go to next line.    

    LOCAL myp64_eaa3
    myp64_eaa3:
            ld (myp64_coords), de      
            jr nextChar              

    LOCAL myp64_isPrintable
    myp64_isPrintable:
            cp 31                    ; Bigger than 31? 60073 254 31
            jr c, nextChar           ; If not, get the next one. 60075 56  7
            push hl                  ; Save position 60077 229
            push bc                  ; Save Count   60078 197
            call myp64_PrintChar       ; Call Print SubRoutine 60079 205 189 234
            pop bc                   ; Recover length count  60082 193
            pop hl                   ; Recover Position 60083 225

    LOCAL nextChar
    nextChar:
            inc hl                   ; Point to next character 60084 35
            dec bc                   ; Count off this character 60085 11
            ld a, b                  ; Did we run out? 60086 120
            or c                    
            jr nz, examineChar       ; If not, examine the next one 60088 32  193
            jp myp64_END               ; Otherwise hop to END. 60090 201

    LOCAL myp64_PrintChar
    myp64_PrintChar:
            exx                      
            push hl                  ; Save HL' 60094 229
            exx                      
            sub 32                   ; Take out 32 to convert ascii to position in charset 60096 214 32
            ld h, 0                  
            rra                      ; Divide by 2 60100 31
            ld l, a                  ; Put our halved value into HL 60101 111
            ld a, 240                ; Set our mask to LEFT side 60102 62  240
            jr nc, myp64_eacc          ; If we didn't have a carry (even #), hop forward. 60104 48  2
            ld a, 15                 ; If we were ab idd #, set our mask to RIGHT side instead 60106 62  15

    LOCAL myp64_eacc
    myp64_eacc:
            add hl, hl              
            add hl, hl              
            add hl, hl               ; Multiply our char number by 8 60110 41
            ld de, myp64_charset       ; Get our Charset position 60111 17  70  235
            add hl, de               ; And add our character count, so we're now pointed at the first
                                     ; byte of the right character. 60114 25
            exx                      
            ld de, (myp64_coords)      
            ex af, af'              
            call myp64_loadAndTest    
            ex af, af'              
            inc e                    
            ld (myp64_coords), de      ; Put position+1 into coords 60126 237 83  68  235
            dec e                    
            ld b, a                  
            rr e                     ; Divide X position by 2 60132 203 27
            ld c, 0                  
            rl c                     ; Bring carry flag into C (result of odd/even position) 60136 203 17
            and 1                    ; Mask out lowest bit in A 60138 230 1
            xor c                    ; XOR with C (Matches position RightLeft with Char RightLeft) 60140 169
            ld c, a                  
            jr z, myp64_eaf6           ; If they are both the same, skip rotation. 60142 40  6
            ld a, b                  
            rrca                    
            rrca                    
            rrca                    
            rrca                    
            ld b, a                  

    LOCAL myp64_eaf6
    myp64_eaf6:
            ld a, d                  ; Get Y coord 60150 122
            sra a                    
            sra a                    
            sra a                    ; Multiply by 8 60155 203 47
            add a, 88                
            ld h, a                  ; Put high byte value for attribute into H. 60159 103
            ld a, d                  
            and 7                    
            rrca                    
            rrca                    
            rrca                    
            add a, e                
            ld l, a                  ; Put low byte for attribute into l 60167 111
            ld a, (23693)            ; Get permanent Colours from System Variable 60168 58  141 92
            ld (hl), a               ; Write new attribute 60171 119
          
            ld a, d                  
            and 248                  
            add a, 64                
            ld h, a                  
            ld a, b                  
            cpl                      
            ld e, a                  
            exx                      
            ld b, 8                  

    LOCAL myp64_eb18
    myp64_eb18:
            ld a, (hl)              
            exx                      
            bit 0, c                
            jr z, myp64_eb22          
            rrca                    
            rrca                    
            rrca                    
            rrca                    

    LOCAL myp64_eb22
    myp64_eb22:
            and b                    
            ld d, a                  
            ld a, (hl)              
            and e                    
            or d                    
            ld (hl), a              
            inc h                    
            exx                      
            inc hl                  
            djnz myp64_eb18            
            exx                      
            pop hl                  
            exx                      
            ret                      

    LOCAL myp64_loadAndTest
    myp64_loadAndTest:
            ld de, (myp64_coords)          

    ; SubRoutine to go to legal character position. (60213)
    LOCAL myp64_test_X
    myp64_test_X:
            ld a, e                   ; Get column from e
            cp 64                     ; more than 64 ?
            jr c, myp64_test_Y            ; If not, then jump over nextline

    LOCAL myp64_nxtLine
    myp64_nxtLine:
            inc d                     ; Move down 1
            ld e, 0                   ; reset x co-ord to zero

    LOCAL myp64_test_Y
    myp64_test_Y:
            ld a, d                   ; get Y co-ord
            cp 22                     ; Past 22?
            ret c                     ; Return if not.
            dec d                
            call myp64_scroll
            ret                       ; Return.

    LOCAL myp64_scroll
    myp64_scroll:
    push af
    push bc
    push de
    push hl

    ld de,16384
    ld hl,16384+32

LOCAL scrltop
scrltop:
    ld bc,7*32
    ldir
    ld b,7
    add hl,bc
    ld bc,32
    ldir
    ld b,-7
    add hl,bc
    bit 4,h
    jr z,scrltop

    ld a,8

LOCAL scrlbot
scrlbot:
    ld d,h
    ld e,0
    push hl
    ld bc,5*32
    ldir
    ld b,32
    ex de,hl

LOCAL scrlblnk
scrlblnk:
    ld (hl),c
    inc hl
    djnz scrlblnk
    pop hl
    inc h
    dec a
    jr nz,scrlbot

    pop hl
    pop de
    pop bc
    pop af
    ret

    end asm
    myp64coords:
    asm
    LOCAL myp64_coords;
    myp64_coords:
           defb 64;  X Coordinate store  60228 64
           defb 23;  Y Coordinate Store 60229 23

    LOCAL myp64_charset
    myp64_charset:        
            DEFB 0,2,2,2,2,0,2,0                   ; Space !
            DEFB 0,80,82,7,2,7,2,0                 ; "" #
            DEFB 0,37,113,66,114,20,117,32         ; $ %
            DEFB 0,34,84,32,96,80,96,0             ; & '
            DEFB 0,36,66,66,66,66,36,0             ; ( )
            DEFB 0,0,82,34,119,34,82,0             ; * +
            DEFB 0,0,0,0,7,32,32,64                ; , -
            DEFB 0,1,1,2,2,100,100,0               ; . /
            DEFB 0,34,86,82,82,82,39,0             ; 0 1
            DEFB 0,34,85,18,33,69,114,0            ; 2 3
            DEFB 0,87,84,118,17,21,18,0            ; 4 5
            DEFB 0,55,65,97,82,84,36,0             ; 6 7
            DEFB 0,34,85,37,83,85,34,0             ; 8 9
            DEFB 0,0,2,32,0,34,2,4                 ; : ;
            DEFB 0,0,16,39,64,39,16,0              ; < =
            DEFB 0,2,69,33,18,32,66,0              ; > ?
            DEFB 0,98,149,183,181,133,101,0        ; @ A     Changed from   ;0,2,37,87,117,85,53,0            
            DEFB 0,98,85,100,84,85,98,0            ; B C
            DEFB 0,103,84,86,84,84,103,0           ; D E
            DEFB 0,114,69,116,71,69,66,0           ; F G
            DEFB 0,87,82,114,82,82,87,0            ; H I
            DEFB 0,53,21,22,21,85,37,0             ; J K
            DEFB 0,69,71,71,69,69,117,0            ; L M
            DEFB 0,82,85,117,117,85,82,0           ; N O
            DEFB 0,98,85,85,103,71,67,0            ; P Q
            DEFB 0,98,85,82,97,85,82,0             ; R S
            DEFB 0,117,37,37,37,37,34,0            ; T U
            DEFB 0,85,85,85,87,39,37,0             ; V W
            DEFB 0,85,85,37,82,82,82,0             ; X Y
            DEFB 0,119,20,36,36,68,119,0           ; Z [
            DEFB 0,71,65,33,33,17,23,0             ; \ ]
            DEFB 0,32,112,32,32,32,47,0            ; ^ _
            DEFB 0,32,86,65,99,69,115,0            ; £ a
            DEFB 0,64,66,101,84,85,98,0            ; b c
            DEFB 0,16,18,53,86,84,35,0             ; d e
            DEFB 0,32,82,69,101,67,69,2            ; f g
            DEFB 0,66,64,102,82,82,87,0            ; h i
            DEFB 0,20,4,53,22,21,85,32             ; j k
            DEFB 0,64,69,71,71,85,37,0             ; l m
            DEFB 0,0,98,85,85,85,82,0              ; n o
            DEFB 0,0,99,85,85,99,65,65             ; p q
            DEFB 0,0,99,84,66,65,70,0              ; r s
            DEFB 0,64,117,69,69,85,34,0            ; t u
            DEFB 0,0,85,85,87,39,37,0              ; v w
            DEFB 0,0,85,85,35,81,85,2              ; x y
            DEFB 0,0,113,18,38,66,113,0            ; z {
            DEFB 0,32,36,34,35,34,36,0             ; | {
            DEFB 0,6,169,86,12,6,9,6               ; ~ (c)

LOCAL myp64_END
    myp64_END:
    ENDP
    end asm

    end sub

#pragma pop(case_insensitive)

#endif
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