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Los SYS del reset, 64738 es uno y ¿Cuál es el otro?
« en: Enero 18, 2012, 15:47:50 »
Bue, pasaron mas de 20 años... recuerdo que habia dos SYS para resetear, el full 64738 y otro más, que creo que dejaba algo en memoria, ya que se usaba, por ejemplo, para cargar los cheats en los juegos... ¿se acuerdan cual es? Gracias!
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Re:Los SYS del reset, 64738 es uno y ¿Cuál es el otro?
« Respuesta #1 en: Enero 18, 2012, 21:50:59 »
El que me acuerdo es SYS 58260, no se que conserva en memoria, me acuerdo que lo usaba porque no cambia los colores de fondo, borde y texto.
 

josepzin

Re:Los SYS del reset, 64738 es uno y ¿Cuál es el otro?
« Respuesta #2 en: Enero 19, 2012, 09:21:48 »
La verdad es que no me acuerdo...

Estuve buscando un poco y encontré este listado de SYSs: http://ready64.it/articoli/_files/043_pokesc64.txt

Está el COLD START, a ver si hay algun otro.

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sys 42562 NEW
sys 57194 Re-activates EPYX Fastload
sys 58235 Warm Start
sys 58260 Initialize
sys 58726 CLR/HOME
sys 59062 Advance Cursor
sys 59137 Previous Line
sys 59626 Scrolls a Line
sys 59903 Clears Line of Text
sys 64738 Cold Start (Reset)
sys 65126 Alternate Start


*** USEFUL COMMODORE 64 POKEs and PEEKs ***
Compiled from Usenet postings, magazinge articles and
other Commodore Users by: Paul Panks (dunric@gmail.com)
04.04.2002
------------------------------------------------------------------
From COMPUTE!'s Gazette
THE PROGRAMMER'S PAGE: November 1988
"Notebooks and POKEs" - Randy Thompson
------------------------------------------------------------------
Many of these POKEs were sent in by Victor J. Fogh of Mariposa, California.
Others were taken from the COMPUTE! book, MAPPING THE 64 - another great
source of notebook material. The rest are the result of experience and
expiramentation. If I've neglected to mention any of your favorite POKEs,
let me know - chances are they'll appear in a future column.
------------------------------------------------------------------
Characters and the Screen
------------------------------------------------------------------
POKE 53272,21 switch to uppercase mode
POKE 53272,23 switch to lowercase mode
POKE 53280,C change border color (C=0-15)
POKE 53281,C change screen color (C=0-15)
POKE 646,C change cursor color (C=0-15)
POKE 53265,PEEK(53265) AND 23 turn off screen display
POKE 53265,PEEK(53265) OR 16 turn on screen display
------------------------------------------------------------------
The Keyboard
------------------------------------------------------------------
POKE 650,128 all keys repeat
POKE 650,127 no keys repeat
POKE 650,0 normal repeat
POKE 657,128 disable SHIFT-Commodore
POKE 657,0 enable SHIFT-Commodore
POKE 198,0 clear keyboard buffer
POKE 649,1 disable keyboard buffering
POKE 649,0 disable keyboard
POKE 649,10 normal buffering
POKE 808,239 disable RUN/STOP key
POKE 792,193 disable RESTORE
POKE 808,239:POKE 792,193 disable RUN-STOP/RESTORE
POKE 808,234 disable RUN-STOP/RESTORE and LIST
POKE 808,237:POKE 792,71 enable RUN-STOP/RESTORE and LIST
------------------------------------------------------------------
Miscellaneous
------------------------------------------------------------------
POKE 775,200 disable LIST
POKE 775,167 enable LIST
POKE 56341,S set cursor speed (S=0-255)
POKE 204,0 turn cursor on during a GET
POKE 204,255 turn cursor back off
POKE 19,65 turn off question mark during INPUT
POKE 19,0 turn question mark back on
POKE 54296,15:POKE 54296,0 make a click sound
------------------------------------------------------------------
Below list from IIRG Commodore Pokes & Peeks Page
(http://www.iirg.org/~iirg/c64pokes.html)
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The IIRG Commodore Pokes/Peeks Page

The IIRG has collected these Commodore programming tips for you.We will be constantly updating this information as we
convert our Commodore archives over to the Internet.

poke 1,0 Disable Operating System (Default Value 1,1)
poke 198,0 Clear Keyboard Buffer
poke 198,0 Clears Keyboard Buffer (Default Value 198,0)
poke 22,35 Turns Off Line Numbers
poke 22,35 With List Command, Shows No Line Numbers
poke 53265,11 Turns Screen Off
poke 53265,27 Turns Screen On
poke 53272,21 Upper Case/Graphics
poke 53272,23 Upper Case/Lower Case
poke 56334,129 Clock Reset for 50 Cycle Current
poke 56590,128 Clock Reset for 50 Cycle Current
poke 649,0 Disable Keyboard
poke 649,10 Enable Keyboard
poke 649,15 Increase Keyboard Buffer
poke 650,0 Disable Repeat Function
poke 650,128 Enable Repeat Function
poke 650,64 Disables Repeat of All Keys
poke 774,0 With List Command, Shows Only Line Numbers
poke 774,141 With List Command, Vanishes Completely (Default Value 774,26)
poke 775,167 Enable List Command
poke 775,168 Disable List Command
poke 775,171 Causes Computer to Crash If a LIST Command is Attempted
poke 775,200 Disable List Command
poke 788,49 Enable Syop Key and TI$
poke 788,52 Disables Stop Key and TI$
poke 808,225 Disable Restore
poke 808,237 Enable Restore
poke 808,237 Restore Keyboard
sys 42562 NEW
sys 57194 Re-activates EPYX Fastload
sys 58235 Warm Start
sys 58260 Initialize
sys 58726 CLR/HOME
sys 59062 Advance Cursor
sys 59137 Previous Line
sys 59626 Scrolls a Line
sys 59903 Clears Line of Text
sys 64738 Cold Start (Reset)
sys 65126 Alternate Start
------------------------------------------------------------------
Speciality Commands
------------------------------------------------------------------
poke 792,peek(65532):poke 793,peek(65533)
Changes Restore Key to Reset

print peek(65408)
Test for Kernel Number

poke 808,225:poke 818,32 Disable Runstop/Restore
poke 808,237:poke 818,237 Enable Runstop/Restore

poke 56324,28:poke 56325,0
Slow List

poke 781,X:poke 782,Y:poke 783,0:sys 65520:Print"Your Message"
Prints Your Message at X=ROW Number, Y=Column Number

poke 214,X:poke 211,Y:sys 58732:Print "Your Message"
Prints Your Message at X=ROW Number, Y=Column Number

load"Program Name",8:(SHIFT)(RUN/STOP)
Loads and Automatically Runs Program
------------------------------------------------------------------
*****
*eof*
*****
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Re:Los SYS del reset, 64738 es uno y ¿Cuál es el otro?
« Respuesta #3 en: Enero 23, 2012, 21:28:37 »
sys 58235