Ok, although a domain name won't make a difference on the speed. You would have to use a paid hosting plan to have more decent speed, most likely. On a side note I really need to update the first post at one point X.x
I don't think anyone has asked this before:
How does the Copy() command work? I can't seem to get this to work.
Last Edit: 10 February, 2011, 01:06:39 by ralphdspam »
ld a, 0 ld a, a
To use it, you need two pointer - the first one is where you're copying from, and the second is where you're copying to.
So if I wanted to copy part of what was in L2 to L1, I would do this:
That copies 401 bytes starting from L2 over to L1.
Last Edit: 10 February, 2011, 01:14:13 by Michael_Lee »
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Hey, can you explain me how to use exactly the link port please, to send variable. Thank you
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! When unitedti.org took away their subdomains Weregoose's awesome routines list got lost in history.
Kerm mentioned that he may host it.
What's a buffer?
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Anything that's used as a chunk of scrap memory to deal with it before copying it somewhere. In this case the "buffer" and "back-buffer" refer to 768-byte chunks of memory Axe uses as a "working copy" of what goes on the LCD, so you can draw whatever you need to draw before copying it all to the LCD at once. buttsfredskin's writing a tutorial on it