I am searching for a friend information about purchasing a kit which
apparently included two discs and a cable to transfer files from Amstrad
PCW 9512 to IBM PC and I presume the other way -
Does anyone have information on this?
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>PCW 9512 to IBM PC and I presume the other way -
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I have an Amstrad PCW 9512 operating under CP/M Plus.
I would like to use the system functionalities.
I browsed in the local bookshops and libraries and unfortunately
I was unable to find anything on CP/M.
I was told that system calls are made using CALL 0005H and by examining
the code of dump.com with SID I succeeded in running the following program :
" ORG 100H
DB 0DH,0AH,'HELLO WORLD',0DH,0AH,24H
And it works.
But what are the other system calls ?
How could I plot points on the screen in order to draw vectors (the Mallard
Basic I have doesn't have any graphics) ? Are graphics made with a CALL 5
or are there special routines or can one plot by writing in special memory
cells or using ports ?
My PCW 9512 has 512 k of memory, the addressable memory being 64k, how do you
jump into different 64k blocks ?
Would you be so kind as to answer by e-mail to :
Thank you very much.
Jacques SAP, Laboratoires de Marcoussis, Centre de Recherche de la Compagnie
Generale d'Electricite, Route de Nozay, 91460 MARCOUSSIS, FRANCE