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Apparently you can't break at all, so it doesn't matter. But Quigibo, if you save the stack pointer somewhere at the beginning of execution, it should be no problem (this method is used quite a bit in asm programs iirc)
So what would happen if you broke out of the program but didn't restore the stack pointer?
Sorry to double post, but I've just started to add the "Output()" feature and I'd like to get some feedback on it.I know that native BASIC uses Output(y,x) but I much prefer the form of Ouput(x,y). Should I keep it the old way to less confuse people transitioning from BASIC to Axe, or should I change it to (x,y) so that its more consistent with "Text(" "Pt-On(" and the other drawing commands?
Yes I use this too. But it would still require a special interrupt setup and interrupt routine which might prevent custom interrupts. Regardless, I think I'll just worry about this later and focus on the more important stuff for now.
Haha, i would suggest using x,y and starting at 0
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