|Z80 Instruction Set
||A listing of many Z80 ASM commands, followed by a short
description. Dug out of an old FTP archive by
||Similar to HexEdit, but without the editing. However, it features
numbering in hex, not dec. and allows you to jump to a specific byte in
the program. This makes it easier to hack.
||Changes the interrupts on the calc. to speed things up.
Makes a pretty big difference in ASM and a minor one BASIC.
||Program to read link port status.
||Updates the checksum of modified .82p files.
If you want to make your ASM programs edit-locked, you can use
a HexViewer, change the necessary
characters, and then use fix.com.
||Turns the calc. off and when turned back on,
returns you to the Ash shell. (Warning: Removing the
batteries when the calc. is turned off this way will
clear your memory.)
||Notice how batteries are still good after you they're
toast on your calculator? This program allows you to adjust the
contrast even higher to suck every last drop of power out of
those triple A's.
||Source Code: Displays the supported ASCII characters in the
||Source Code: Displays the return values of the _GETKEY
command. *Note this is _GETKEY and not GET_KEY. _GETKEY Pauses
the program until the user presses a key. GET_KEY values can be obtained
in the General ASM Help Files in the file
||Demonstrates use of the _GRBUFCPY_V call. (Graph Buffer
||Source Code: The classic ''Hello World!'' program...a.k.a.
displaying strings on the home screen.