INMC 80 News

  

September 1980 – January 1981, Issue 2











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So the program:

would draw a line from (10,10) to (80,10).

Using this method an array of coordinates could be plotted within a short loop. As an example the following program is suggested:

For a clearer picture try GOSUB 65508 instead in line 30. I hope this mod. will be of some use.

Yours faithfully,
K. Kishimoto,
Manchester.

Reserved Words

Dear Sirs,

Firstly, let me point out yet another sinful error in the GREAT “NAS­COM 2” book of WISDOM. Nowhere is there mention of the ‘MO’ error (MISSING OPERATOR) (There is in my manual, as ‘MISSING OPERAND’ – Ed.) which occurs when an argument is missing from an equation. Incidentally a list of error codes can be found inside the Basic Rom at locations E2B9 through E2DD.

Secondly, here is a program which will generate all the instructions and statements in the Basic language and place them on the line number equal to the instructions reserved character value.












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