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  1. Your best bet is to use VPOKE to play sound using the VERA PSG: https://github.com/commanderx16/x16-docs/blob/master/VERA Programmer's Reference.md#programmable-sound-generator-psg
  2. Unless you are hosting a serious, multi-contributor project, free accounts give you everything you need.
  3. Do you have a GitHub? It would make it easier for folks to review, use, contribute, etc.
  4. I think it would be great for pinball, but I tried using a different color and it hanged: It runs fine as long as you keep the default colors. P.S. - this is inconsistent. It hangs at different times, or sometimes not at all. So, maybe not related to the color.
  5. You can already do this with the kernal. The PLOT subroutine sets or gets the position based on the Carry bit.
  6. Stopwatch View File It's a stopwatch. S to start/stop, R to reset, Q to quit to BASIC. As seen on YouTube: Source available on GitHub: https://github.com/SlithyMatt/x16-assembly-tutorial/tree/main/Lesson10 Submitter SlithyMatt Submitted 03/02/21 Category Misc Apps  
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    Stopwatch

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    It's a stopwatch. S to start/stop, R to reset, Q to quit to BASIC. As seen on YouTube: Source available on GitHub: https://github.com/SlithyMatt/x16-assembly-tutorial/tree/main/Lesson10
  8. David made a video on it: It has a Z80, so it should be pretty capable. Maybe even able to run CP/M.
  9. Ok, so try DH$ or something, and that should get rid of the conflict. Good catch, @JimmyDansbo!
  10. I don't think string variables can be larger that 2 letters before the $. Change it to DA$ and that will probably fix it.
  11. WDC, who, you know, actually makes the chips, uses "65xx"
  12. Version 1.0.0

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    This is the example program for my video that introduces how to control the VERA using assembly language: Controls: 1-5: Set Foreground Color 0,6-9: Set Background Color I: Zoom In O: Zoom Out R: Toggle Character Set S: Convert @→ T: Toggle Layer 1 P: Toggle Layer 0 C : Toggle Color 1 White/Black Q: Quit The source code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/SlithyMatt/x16-assembly-tutorial/blob/main/Lesson9/vera.asm
  13. VERA Text Layers View File This is the example program for my video that introduces how to control the VERA using assembly language: Controls: 1-5: Set Foreground Color 0,6-9: Set Background Color I: Zoom In O: Zoom Out R: Toggle Character Set S: Convert @→ T: Toggle Layer 1 P: Toggle Layer 0 C : Toggle Color 1 White/Black Q: Quit The source code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/SlithyMatt/x16-assembly-tutorial/blob/main/Lesson9/vera.asm Submitter SlithyMatt Submitted 02/25/21 Category Demos  
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