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July–August 1983, Volume 2, Issue 4











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Dis-assembly of NASCOM ROM BASIC Ver 4.7                PAGE    4

E000 C303E0     START:  JP      STARTB          ; Jump for restart jump
E003 F3         STARTB: DI                      ; No interrupts
E004 DD210000           LD      IX,0            ; Flag cold start
E008 C312E0             JP      CSTART          ; Jump to initialise

E00B 8BE9               DEFW    DEINT           ; Get integer -32768 to 32767
E00D F2F0               DEFW    ABPASS          ; Return integer in AB

E00F C33CE7             JP      LDNMI1          ; << NO REFERENCE TO HERE >>

E012 210010     CSTART: LD      HL,WRKSPC       ; Start of workspace RAM
E015 F9                 LD      SP,HL           ; Set up a temporary stack
E016 C3BBFE             JP      INITST          ; Go to initialise

E019 11DFE2     INIT:   LD      DE,INITAB       ; Initialise workspace
E01C 0663               LD      B,INITBE-INITAB+3; Bytes to copy
E01E 210010             LD      HL,WRKSPC       ; Into workspace RAM
E021 1A         COPY:   LD      A,(DE)          ; Get source
E022 77                 LD      (HL),A          ; To destination
E023 23                 INC     HL              ; Next destination
E024 13                 INC     DE              ; Next source
E025 05                 DEC     B               ; Count bytes
E026 C221E0             JP      NZ,COPY         ; More to move
E029 F9                 LD      SP,HL           ; Temporary stack
E02A CDDFE4             CALL    CLREG           ; Clear registers and stack
E02D CD81EB             CALL    PRNTCR          ; Output CRLF
E030 32AA10             LD      (BUFFER+72+1),A ; Mark end of buffer
E033 32F910             LD      (PROGST),A      ; Initialise program area
E036 2103E1     MSIZE:  LD      HL,MEMMSG       ; Point to message
E039 CD10F2             CALL    PRS             ; Output "Memory size"
E03C CDFCE4             CALL    PROMPT          ; Get input with "?"
E03F CD36E8             CALL    GETCHR          ; Get next character
E042 B7                 OR      A               ; Set flags
E043 C25BE0             JP      NZ,TSTMEM       ; If number - Test if RAM there
E046 215D11             LD      HL,STLOOK       ; Point to start of RAM
E049 23         MLOOP:  INC     HL              ; Next byte
E04A 7C                 LD      A,H             ; Above address FFFF ?
E04B B5                 OR      L
E04C CA6DE0             JP      Z,SETTOP        ; Yes - 64K RAM
E04F 7E                 LD      A,(HL)          ; Get contents
E050 47                 LD      B,A             ; Save it
E051 2F                 CPL                     ; Flip all bits
E052 77                 LD      (HL),A          ; Put it back
E053 BE                 CP      (HL)            ; RAM there if same
E054 70                 LD      (HL),B          ; Restore old contents
E055 CA49E0             JP      Z,MLOOP         ; If RAM - test next byte
E058 C36DE0             JP      SETTOP          ; Top of RAM found
Dis-assembly of NASCOM ROM BASIC Ver 4.7                PAGE    5

E05B CDA5E9     TSTMEM: CALL    ATOH            ; Get high memory into DE
E05E B7                 OR      A               ; Set flags on last byte
E05F C2ADE3             JP      NZ,SNERR        ; ?SN Error if bad character
E062 EB                 EX      DE,HL           ; Address into HL
E063 2B                 DEC     HL              ; Back one byte
E064 3ED9               LD      A,11011001B     ; Test byte
E066 46                 LD      B,(HL)          ; Get old contents
E067 77                 LD      (HL),A          ; Load test byte
E068 BE                 CP      (HL)            ; RAM there if same
E069 70                 LD      (HL),B          ; Restore old contents
E06A C236E0             JP      NZ,MSIZE        ; Ask again if no RAM

E06D 2B         SETTOP: DEC     HL              ; Back one byte
E06E 115C11             LD      DE,STLOOK-1     ; See if enough RAM
E071 CD8AE6             CALL    CPDEHL          ; Compare DE with HL
E074 DA36E0             JP      C,MSIZE         ; Ask again if not enough RAM
E077 00                 NOP
E078 00                 NOP
E079 00                 NOP
E07A 00                 NOP
E07B 00                 NOP
E07C 00                 NOP
E07D 00                 NOP
E07E 00                 NOP
E07F 00                 NOP
E080 11CEFF             LD      DE,0-50         ; 50 Bytes string space
E083 22AF10             LD      (LSTRAM),HL     ; Save last available RAM
E086 19                 ADD     HL,DE           ; Allocate string space
E087 225A10             LD      (STRSPC),HL     ; Save string space
E08A CDBAE4             CALL    CLRPTR          ; Clear program area
E08D 2A5A10             LD      HL,(STRSPC)     ; Get end of memory
E090 11EFFF             LD      DE,0-17         ; Offset for free bytes
E093 19                 ADD     HL,DE           ; Adjust HL
E094 11F910             LD      DE,PROGST       ; Start of program text
E097 7D                 LD      A,L             ; Get LSB
E098 93                 SUB     E               ; Adjust it
E099 6F                 LD      L,A             ; Re-save
E09A 7C                 LD      A,H             ; Get MSB
E09B 9A                 SBC     A,D             ; Adjust it
E09C 67                 LD      H,A             ; Re-save
E09D E5                 PUSH    HL              ; Save bytes free
E09E 21C5E0             LD      HL,SIGNON       ; Sign-on message
E0A1 CD10F2             CALL    PRS             ; Output string
E0A4 E1                 POP     HL              ; Get bytes free back
E0A5 CDADF9             CALL    PRNTHL          ; Output amount of free memory
E0A8 21B7E0             LD      HL,BFREE        ; " Bytes free" message
E0AB CD10F2             CALL    PRS             ; Output string

E0AE 316610     WARMST: LD      SP,STACK        ; Temporary stack
E0B1 CDDFE4     BRKRET: CALL    CLREG           ; Clear registers and stack
E0B4 C3F8E3             JP      PRNTOK          ; Go to get command line

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