Writes a byte to screen.
|?&D6||= LSB of address to be read|
|?&D7||= MSB of address to be read|
|A||= Byte to be written|
Stores a byte in an address the current display memory (in main or [[shadow RAM]]). The address to be written to is given in locations &D6 (low byte) and &D7 (high byte), and byte to be written is passed in A. Although this call is the complement of OSRDSC which is able to read from sideways ROMs, this call only writes to the currently displayed memory and the currently selected sideways RAM bank.
Also note that the address is passed in a different location to OSRDSC.
Calling from BBC BASIC
- BASIC does not call OSRDSC
- BBC BASIC Entry Address: none
- 6502 Entry Address: &FFB3
- Z80 Entry Address: none
- 6809 Entry Address:
- 80x86 Entry Address: none
- 32000 Entry Address: none
- PDP-11 Entry Address: none
- ARM Entry Address: none
The call was introduced in MOS 2.00, and is absent in earlier versions. It is not implemented on non-6502 platforms and BBC BASIC does not emulate its entry point.
Jgharston 17:49, 12 December 2007 (UTC)