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gregg is currently offline  gregg
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      Would anyone be interested in some TMS9900 source to implement the
DSRLNK and GPLLNK routines found in the E/A cartridge, under EX_BASIC.  I
have found a way to call the GROM DSRLNK routine from assembly language.
This give you access to all DSR's in the system (Including CS1 and CS2).
The GPLLNK routine and the DSRLNK routine behave exactly as their E/A
counter parts with the exception that DSRLNK does not return the DSR error
code in R0.  If you are interested, leave a response here, and if there are
enough repies I will post them.



Gregg Wonderly
Department of Computing and Information Sciences
Oklahoma State University

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Re: DSRLNK and GPLLNK source [message #79203 is a reply to message #79200] Sun, 02 June 2013 23:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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 >        Would anyone be interested in some TMS9900 source to implement the
 >  DSRLNK and GPLLNK routines found in the E/A cartridge, under EX_BASIC.  I
 >  have found a way to call the GROM DSRLNK routine from assembly language.
 >  This give you access to all DSR's in the system (Including CS1 and CS2).
 >  The GPLLNK routine and the DSRLNK routine behave exactly as their E/A
 >  counter parts with the exception that DSRLNK does not return the DSR error
 >  code in R0.  If you are interested, leave a response here, and if there are
 >  enough repies I will post them.
 >  
 >  Gregg Wonderly
 >  Department of Computing and Information Sciences
 >  Oklahoma State University

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Yes, I would like a copy of this.

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Re: DSRLNK and GPLLNK source [message #79211 is a reply to message #79200] Sun, 02 June 2013 23:14 Go to previous message
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 >>        Would anyone be interested in some TMS9900 source to implement the
 >>  DSRLNK and GPLLNK routines found in the E/A cartridge, under EX_BASIC.  I
 
 
 Yes, I would like a copy of this.
 
Marke Clinger
Sun Microsystems Inc.

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