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Re: Assembly - Convert 16 bit integer to ascii help please [message #33036 is a reply to message #33008] Sun, 13 January 2013 02:12 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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rusure wrote:

> On Saturday, January 12, 2013 8:56:32 AM UTC-7, JB wrote:

>> I am looking for a routine to convert a 16 bit integer into ascii (text)

>>

>>

>>

>> ex. convert $C000 (49152) to the characters "49152" stored in a memory

>> address.

>>

>> Ideally I would like to have a routine that you can pass an option to

>> either print leading 0's or strip them. But first things first I guess.

>> :)

>

> A C64 systems routine at $bdcd prints the decimal equivalent of a two byte

> integer. Here is how to use that code:


its not a very good idea to use direct calls into basic rom though =P

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