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This directory contains example sources which demonstrate the rudiments of SixtyPical.
Examples that are meant to fail and produce an error message
when being compiled are in the
The other sources are portable across architectures. They use
include directives to bring in architecture-dependent libraries
to produce output. Libraries for such are provided in the
architecture-specific subdirectories of the
in the root directory of this repository; make sure it is on the
compiler's include search path. For example:
sixtypical --run-on=x64 -I../../include/c64/:../../include/stdlib/ vector-table.60p
chrout is a routine with outputs the value of the accumulator
as an ASCII character, disturbing none of the other registers,
simply for the purposes of producing some observable output.
(There is a KERNAL routine which does this on both the Commodore 64 and the Commodore VIC-20. It should not be hard to find or write such a routine for most other architectures.)