This program allows you to enter a program in either HEX or SYMBOLIC codes, and save the portion of memory the program is in. Advantages of this method include easier entry of the machine language routines, debugging aids, and a much faster means of saving and loading. The drawback to this method is that it generally requires the BASIC program to load the machine language routine from tape or disk when it is started. (For more details on 64MON see the machine language section.)EXAMPLE:
The following is an example of a BASIC program using a machine language routine prepared by 64MON. The routine is stored on tape:
10 IF FLAG=1 THEN 20 15 FLAG=1:LOAD"MACHINE LANGUAGE ROUTINE NAME",1,1 20 . . . REST OF BASIC PROGRAM
Advantages are similar to using a machine language monitor, but programs are even easier to enter. Disadvantages are also similar to the use of a machine language monitor.
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