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    Most Keys Found!

    All,

    Through "trial and error" I have found most of the keys i was looking for....in C64 VICE 3.1 on a Dell Win 10, these keys work from an eMachine keyboard...

    ALT - R .... Reset
    HOME ...
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    Use Keyboard Mapping Files

    All,

    I found the "manual" for the C64 VICE, and the Keyboard Mapping Files are included in the description. I can use some "trial and error" to find these, and hopefully resolve my problem!
    ...
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    C64 VICE : Guidebook for Keys?

    I am running many of my small Assembly Language codes on the VICE Emulator 3.1 on my PC Win 10. However, I have not (readily) found a guide or "help list" for some of the original C64 keys. Does...
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    Mads -> vice

    Thanks to all who replied and/or viewed my posting!

    Thanks to Ruud, I am now in the process of obtaining the C64 Macro Assembler Development System for installing on my VICE 3.1 Win 10 system....
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    Ruud, I did hunt via Google, and was not able...

    Ruud,

    I did hunt via Google, and was not able to find a link for MADS to use with VICE. I can easily mail you a 5 1/4 in floppy (1541 Format) with the MADS files that I have. If you could make a...
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    Making a copy of MADS ?

    Ruud,

    Thank you for the information. I will try searching as you suggest, but if not successful, or someone else posts a nice link, I may ask your indulgence to make a copy for me? I can easily...
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    C64 Macro Assembler Dev Sys on VICE??

    All,

    I have been writing many smaller Assembly Codes on my original Commodore 64 using the C64 Macro Assembler Development System (on disk in 1541). Full Editor, Assembler, Loader, Monitor ..etc...
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    Labels in C64 Assembly - Thanks for the Info !

    Yes, I was using the ML Monitor$C000 which is in the C64 Macro Assembler Development System (1980s!). I was writing a few simple examples using the ML Monitor directly, as this saves a lot of time in...
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    What is "REU"?? Thanks, AAGDOS

    What is "REU"??

    Thanks, AAGDOS
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    Using Labels in CBM's C64 ML Monitor$C000 ?

    I am writing a number of simple examples in Assembly Language for the C64 using CBM's ML Monitor$C000. However, the Monitor does not appear to accept Labels (e.g."Loop")? Is this true, or am I...
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    Repair Person Located!

    Thank you for the "heads up" on Ray Carlsen. I have just learned of him (in Washington Sate) and am sending my Commodore 64 to him today!

    I hope it goes well, and he can quickly locate the issue...
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    Commodore 64 Repair Services?

    I just posted this in the "marketplace", but am also posting it here under C64s !

    I have a collection of four C64s retrieved from my closet after 30 years. I have disassembled and cleaned three of...
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    Easter Egg - Thanks!

    Thanks to all for the good information! I was confused when I didn't find it!!

    Regards all,

    AAGDOS
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    "Easter Egg" in C64?

    A number of articles have mentioned an "Easter Egg" that Microsoft put into the Basic that Commodore picked up and released (with some mods) as V2.0. The command "WAIT 6502" is supposed to show a pop...
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    Good clarification - Thank you

    Thanks to Frank and Space Commander for the clues and information. The C64 Assembler Booklet and the Assembly Book from Mark Andrews are sometimes in "dis-connect".

    In "going retro", I have found...
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    SYS 51200 does work with Load "HILOADER64",8,1 - Thanks

    Thanks to Frank..!!.. I rechecked my LOAD and RUN commands and found these work.....

    1. Load "ASSEMBLER64",8
    Run

    2. Load "LOLOADER64",8
    Run

    3. Load "HILOADER64",8,1
    SYS 51200
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    HILOADER not at 51200 ? ( $C800)

    I am trying to load and run my HILOADER in the C64 Macro Assembly Development System. It is supposed to load at 51200 and then use SYS 51200 to run.

    However it just crashes at this point. At load...
  18. Thanks - Also on MOS Cross Assembler

    Thanks to all for the good information.

    At present I am continuing in depth with the "C64 Macro Assembly Development System"

    The reference to the "MOS Cross Assembler Manual" is very useful...
  19. "Recognized Standard" for C64 Assembly Language?

    All,

    Is there a generally "Recognized Standard" for C64 Assembly Language? I have been using the full "C64 Macro Assembler Development System" and had assumed it was the fullest and most complete...
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    Assembler on YouTube

    Space Commander,

    I did not realize there was a "share" link on your Assembler video when I posted "congratulations" and asked for a posting of the full YouTube. Now I see it is easily watched on...
  21. Thanks for advice on my write protect tabs !

    All,

    Thanks for the advice on using "better" write protect tabs on my older disks. This is particularly important on the two sets of C64 Macro Assembly Development System disks I now have. These...
  22. How to secure the write-protect tabs on old disks?

    All,

    I have acquired a number of older disks on eBay, some with Assemblers and others as "new" disks (boxes still in plastic).

    Many of these I want to keep as "my originals" while making copies...
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    Awsome!!

    Space Commander,

    That is a terrific achievement and really awesome! It is so satisfying to see the C64 being used for something other than games. I am working along the same "path", but am still...
  24. Basic ->Assembly-> Basic USR, SYS -- SUCCESS!

    Space Commander and others who responded..!!!...Thank you!!

    The error turned out to be a JSR typed into the first line of the source code rather than a JMP. Space Commander noted this discrepancy...
  25. Quest Object File - Disassembled

    Space Commander,

    I ran the "Monitor$C000" which is included in my C64 Macro Assembler Development System on the "Quest.obj" file. (I did learn how to use the .L and .D commands too!) Here is the...
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