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Old 26 July 2018, 08:19   #1
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Help making a binary file.

Hi everyone,

I typed up my first assembly program the other day. It turns on and off Paula’s inter-channel modulation (AM/FM) and was graciously given to me by members on this board.

I can save my source code, and assemble/run the program from Asmtwo, but I’d like to make a series of binary files that I can simply click on from workbench to turn various modulations on and off. I know which registers to change for each version.

When I go to write a binary file in AsmTwo, it comes up with the command “BEG” and is expecting me to type something in. Do you know what I should type at this prompt?

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"WB" saves a memory dump - not what you want. Use "WO" instead. Also see the full manual here.
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For example with ASM-One, the contents of your file would be (missing tab before DC.B : you have to add it) :

DC.B $1234

You would then assemble the file using command "A". Then you would use "WB", choose the file name, then give "start" for BEG and "end" for END.
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