Hex Availability and use
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&00 (Acorn MOS 0.10)
Reads a line from the currently selected input stream and places it at
the 'address'. Characters outside the range 'min' and 'max' will not be
entered into the buffer, but WILL appear on the screen.
XY+0=address LO
XY+1=address HI
XY+2=max length
XY+3=min chr$
XY+4=max chr$
On exit Y is the line length (inc. CR)
C is set if Escape terminated input
&01 (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Read system clock. The clock increments 100 times a second from hard
resets. On exit XY+0 (5 bytes) is the current clock value.
&02 (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Write system clock.
XY+0 (5 bytes) is the new clock value.
&03 (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Read interval timer. This is the spare timer on the system VIA
On exit XY+0 (5 bytes) is the current interval timer value.
&04 (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Write interval timer. This is the spare timer on the system VIA
XY+0 (5 bytes) is the new interval timer value.
&05 (Acorn MOS 1.00)
Read I/O processor memory.
XY+0=32 bit addr LO
XY+1=32 bit addr
XY+2=32 bit addr
XY+3=32 bit addr HI
On exit XY+4 contains the byte read.
(Acorn MOS 3.20)
Setting the address to &FFFExxxx allows reads from the shadow RAM
fitted in the Master series at &8000 to &BFFF, and sideways RAM
fitted in socket 'n' by reading &FFFnxxxx.
(RISC OS 1.00)
Not available.
&06 (Acorn MOS 1.00)
Write I/O processor memory.
XY+0=32 bit addr LO
XY+1=32 bit addr
XY+2=32 bit addr
XY+3=32 bit addr HI
XY+4=byte to write
(Acorn MOS 3.20)
Setting the address to &FFFExxxx allows reads from the shadow RAM
fitted in the Master series at &8000 to &BFFF, and sideways RAM
fitted in socket 'n' by reading &FFFnxxxx.
(RISC OS 1.00)
Not available.
&07 (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Generate a sound.
XY+0=sound ch LO
XY+1=sound ch HI
XY+2=amplitude
XY+3=amplitude
XY+4=pitch LO
XY+5=pitch HI
XY+6=duration LO
XY+7=duration LO
(Acorn MOS 3.20)
As per definition above, except that the channel number is extended to
contain flag bits.
XY+0=channel number and flush control
b0..2=channel
b3 =unused
b4 =set=flush any queued sounds on the given channel and play
this sound immediately
=clear=queue the sound
b5..7=unused
XY+1=sync and continuation control
b0..2=0=no synchronisation
1-3=wait for this many other channels to have non zero
sync fields at the head of their sound queue, allowing
adjacent asynchronously stuffed sound queues to be
realigned
4-7=reserved
b3 =unused
b4..7=0= play sound when the channel is ready for it
1= wait for the decay phase of its corresponding envelope
to complete, if no envelope was specified no sound is
made
2-15=passed to sideways ROMs as unknown OSWord
(RISC OS 1.00)
Translated into a Sound_ControlPacked SWI and passed on.
&08 (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Define a sound envelope.
XY+0 =the envelope number
XY+1 =the length of each envelope step (b7=auto repeat pitch envelope)
XY+2 =the change of pitch in section 1
XY+3 =the change of pitch in section 2
XY+4 =the change of pitch in section 3
XY+5 =the number of steps in section 1
XY+6 =the number of steps in section 2
XY+7 =the number of steps in section 3
XY+8 =the change of amplitude per step in attack phase
XY+9 =the change of amplitude per step in decay phase
XY+10=the change of amplitude per step in sustain phase
XY+11=the change of amplitude per step in release phase
XY+12=the target amplitude at end of attack phase
XY+13=the target amplitude at the end of the decay phase.
(RISC OS 1.00)
Not available.
&09 (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Read a pixel value from the screen
XY+0=X coordinate
XY+1=X coordinate
XY+2=Y coordinate
XY+3=Y coordinate
On exit XY+4 contains the pixel value or &FF if the point is off the
screen
(RISC OS 1.00)
On exit XY+4 contains the pixel value or &FF if the point is off the
screen or it's a non graphics mode
(RISC OS 3.50)
On exit XY+4 contains the pixel value or &FF if the point is off the
screen or it's a non graphics mode or it's a 256 colour mode (ie. the
call makes no sense if in 256 or more colours)
&0A (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Read character definition
XY+0=chr$ number
On exit XY+1 contains an 8 byte block of the character raster
The results for characters 0..31 and 127 are undefined.
(Acorn MOS 3.20)
Value 2-5 return the ECF patterns 1-4 respectively
Value 6 returns the dot/dash patter in use
The results for characters 0, 1, 7..31 and 127 are undefined.
&0B (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Read palette
XY+0=logical colour
On exit XY+1=is the physical colour
XY+2=contains zero on the BBC or is the
=RED component on RISC OS
XY+3=contains zero on the BBC or is the
=GREEN component on RISC OS
XY+4=contains zero on the BBC or is the
=BLUE component on RISC OS
&0C (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Write palette entry. This is faster than doing a VDU19,a,b,R,G,B as
it is not queued (ie. acts immediately)
XY+0 logical colour
On exit XY+1=is the physical colour
XY+2=should be zero on the BBC or is the
=RED component on RISC OS
XY+3=should be zero on the BBC or is the
=GREEN component on RISC OS
XY+4=should be zero on the BBC or is the
=BLUE component on RISC OS
&0D (Acorn MOS 1.20)
Read last two graphics positions in external coordinates
XY+0=previous X LO
XY+1=previous X HI
XY+2=previous Y LO
XY+3=previous Y HI
XY+4=current X LO
XY+5=current X HI
XY+6=current Y LO
XY+7=current Y HI
&0E (Acorn MOS 3.20)
Reads the real time CMOS clock as a string
XY+0=0
On exit XY+0 is CR-terminated string of form "Day,DD Mmm YYYY.HH:MM:SS"
Reads the real time CMOS clock in BCD
XY+0=1
On exit XY+0=the year (0-99)
XY+1=the month (1-12)
XY+2=the date (1-31)
XY+3=the week day (1-7) with 1=Sunday
XY+4=the hour (0-23)
XY+5=the minute (0-59)
XY+6=the second (0-59)
Convert XY+1 (7 bytes) from format 1 to format 0
XY+0=2
On exit XY+0 is CR-terminated string of form "Day,DD Mmm YYYY.HH:MM:SS"
(RISC OS 1.00)
Read soft copy of CMOS clock as 5 byte integer
XY+0=3
On exit XY+1=5 byte time offset in centiseconds since 1900
&0F (Acorn MOS 3.20)
Sets the time in the CMOS clock
XY+0=8
XY+1=8 byte string in format "HH:MM:SS"
Sets the date in the CMOS clock
XY+0=15
XY+1=15 bytes string in format "Day,DD Mmm YYYY"
Set time and date
XY+0=24
XY+1=24 byte string in format "Day,DD Mmm YYYY.HH:MM:SS"
&10 (NFS)
Network transmit
XY+0 =control byte with b7 set
XY+1 =destination port
XY+2..3 =destination station
XY+4..7 =buffer start address
XY+8..11=buffer end address
On exit XY+0=zero if transmission failed to start
Transmission must be polled with OSByte &32.
If the destination station is &FFFF, a broadcast will be sent, the
eight bytes of data are in the control block at XY+4 to XY+11
If the port number is zero, an immediate operation is transmitted.
&11 (NFS)
Open or read network receive block
XY+0 =0 - Open receive block
XY+1 =must contain &7F
XY+2 =port to receive on
XY+3..4 =station to receive from
XY+5..8 =address of reception buffer
XY+9..12=address of buffer end
On exit XY+0=0 if no more space to open blocks
or handle number of opened reception block
Receive blocks can be 'wild'
ie. will receive from anyone if port or station values are set to &00.
XY+0 <>0 - Read receive block
XY+0 =receive block number to read
XY+5..8 =buffer start address
XY+9..12=buffer end address
On exit XY+1=flag from transmission block
XY+2=port received
XY+3..4=station received from
XY+9..12=updated to new address of buffer end
Unread receive blocks must be deleted with OSByte &34.
&12 (NFS)
Read argument block and restore NFS protection mask
On exit XY+0..1=station number
XY+2.. =supplied arguments
&13 (NFS)
Read/Write station information
XY+0=function
XY+1=start of read data or written data
Functions are:
0 - Read file server number to XY+1..2
1 - Write file server number from XY+1..2
2 - Read printer server number to XY+1..2
3 - Write printer server number from XY+1
4 - Read protection mask to XY+1
5 - Write protection mask from XY+1
6 - Read user environment: XY+1=URD
XY+2=CSD
XY+3=LIB
7 - Write user environment: XY+1=URD
XY+2=CSD
XY+3=LIB
8 - Read local station number to XY+1
9 - Read number of arguments to XY+1 and size of argument block to
XY+2 for OSWord &12 above
10 - Read extended error number to XY+1
11 - ?
12 - ?
13 - ?
14 - ?
15 - Read ANFS timeouts in seconds, XY+1=not listening
XY+2=no reply
XY+3=machine peek
16 - Write ANFS timeouts in seconds, as above
&14 (NFS)
Various NFS/Network functions
XY+0 =0 - Communicate with fileserver
XY+1 =size of rest of block
XY+2 =0
XY+3 =function
XY+4 =0
XY+5 =0
XY+6 =0
XY+7... contains rest of information
On exit XY+1=updated size of block
XY+2=command code
0 for ok
<>0 to continue with another function
XY+3=error code
0 for ok
<>0 for error CR-terminated error string following
XY+4..contains returned data.
XY+0 =1 - Send text string to remote station.
XY+1..2=destination station
XY+3... string to send, terminated by CR or &00. The CR also gets sent.
XY+0 =2 - Generate error on remote machine.
XY+1..2=destination machine.
&15 (RISC OS 1.00)
Read/Write mouse and pointer information
XY+0 =0 - Set pointer size, shape and active point
XY+1 =shape number (1-4)
XY+2 =width in bytes (0-8)
XY+3 =height in pixels (0-32)
XY+4 =ActiveX in pixels from left
XY+5 =ActiveY in pixels from top
XY+6..9=pointer shape data.
XY+0 =1 - Define mouse bounding box
XY+1..2=left coordinate
XY+3..4=bottom coordinate
XY+5..6=right coordinate
XY+7..8=top coordinate
XY+0=2 - Set mouse multipliers
XY+1=signed 8-bit X multiplier
XY+2=signed 8-bit Y multiplier
XY+0 =3 - Set mouse position
XY+1..2=X position
XY+3..4=Y position.
XY+0 =4 - Read unbuffer mouse position
XY+1..2=X position
XY+3..4=Y position.
XY+0 =5 - Set pointer position
XY+1..2=X position
XY+3..4=Y position.
XY+0 =6 - Read pointer position
XY+1..2=X position
XY+3..4=Y position.
&16 (RISC OS 1.00)
Write screen base address
R0=&16
R1=pointer to 5 byte buffer
R1+0 Type b0 set if setting screen base used by VDU
b1 set if setting screen base used by hardware
R1+1 New screen offset LO
R1+2 New screen offset
R1+3 New screen offset
R1+4 New screen offset HI
The screen offset MUST be divisible by 16
&28-&31 (Prisma 2)
Allocated to Millipede Prisma 2 Graphics Processor. Block format unknown
&36 (AMX Stop Press routines)
Function unknown. Block format unknown
&40 (AMX Super Art)
Read mouse pointer and button state.
XY+0=X cood LO
XY+1=X ccod HI
XY+2=Y cood LO
XY+3=Y ccod HI
XY+4=X text coodinate
XY+5=Y text coodinate
XY+6=button state &80=cancel
&40=move
&20=execute
&41 (AMX Super Art)
Miscellaneous graphics commands
XY+0=command #
XY+1=rest of the block
Commands are:
0 = Draw patterned block. XY+1 is pattern number
XY+2 (2 bytes) is the left X coordinate
XY+4 (2 bytes) is the bottom Y coordinate
XY+6 (2 bytes) is the right X coordinate
XY+8 (2 bytes) is the top Y coordinate.
1 = Store area of screen. XY+1 (4 bytes) is the destination address
XY+5 is the left X text coordinate
XY+6 is the bottom Y text coordinate
XY+7 is the width in characters
XY+8 is the height in characters.
2 = Restore area of screen. XY+1 (4 bytes) is the source address
XY+5 is the left X text coordinate
XY+6 is the bottom Y text coordinate
XY+7 is the width in characters
XY+8 is the height in characters.
3 = Store area then draw window on screen.
XY+1 (4 bytes) is the destination address
XY+5 is the left X text coordinate
XY+6 is the bottom Y text coordinate
XY+7 is the width in characters
XY+8 is the height in characters.
4 = Pull down a menu. XY+1 (4 bytes) is the data store address
XY+5 is the left X text coordinate
XY+6 is the bottom Y text coordinate
XY+7 is the width in characters
XY+8 is the height in characters
XY+9 (4 bytes) is the text address
XY+13 (3 bytes) are the tick and options flags.
Text is stored as CR-separated strings, terminated by a zero byte.
Tick and options flags are split into 12 low-order bits (legal
selections) and 12 high order bits (ticks).
5 = Select option from pull down menu. XY+1 is the left X coordinate
XY+2 is the bottom Y coordinate
XY+3 is the right X coordinate
XY+4 is the top Y coordinate
XY+5 (2 bytes) are illegal
options flags.
On exit, XY+0 is the selection number, or 0 if no item was selected
6 = Shift AMX Art screen. XY+1 is the X shift
XY+2 is the Y shift.
7 = Set Mouse coordinates. XY+1 (2 bytes) is the X coordinate
XY+3 (2 bytes) is the Y coordinate.
8 = Read AMX ROM details.
On exit, XY+1 is the ROM number
XY+2 is the workspace address
XY+4 is the mouse flag (0=off, &80=on)
XY+5 is the pointer flag (0=off, &40=on)
XY+6 is the RAM pattern address
XY+8 is the status flag b0-b3 keys generated by buttons
b4-b6 button status
b7 mouse movement generates cursor
key motion
XY+9 is the pointer X coordinate
XY+11 is the pointer Y coordinate
XY+13 is the mouse sensitivity flag b0-b2 X sensitivity
b3-b5 Y sensitivity
b6-b7 device type flag
XY+14 is the ROM version number.
&42 (SWRAM utils)
Perform *SRREAD and *SRWRITE.
XY+0=call type
b7 clear if reading from SWRAM
set for writing to SWRAM
b6 clear for absolute addressing
set for pseudo addressing
b5
: reserved
b0
XY+1=start addr LO
XY+2=start addr
XY+3=start addr
XY+4=start addr HI
XY+5=block length LO
XY+6=block length HI
XY+7=rom id (only applies if in absolute addressing mode)
range: 0-15 decimal
W,X,Y,Z are mapped onto ids: 16-19 respectively
XY+8=SWRAM address LO
XY+9=SWRAM address HI
On exit the call block is unaltered
&43 (SWRAM utils)
Perform *SRLOAD and *SRSAVE
XY+0 =call type
b7 clear if reading from SWRAM
b6 clear for absolute addressing
b5
: reserved
b0
XY+1 =filename pointer LO
XY+2 =filename pointer LO
XY+3 =rom id (only applies if in absolute addressing mode)
range: 0-15 decimal
W,X,Y,Z are mapped onto ids: 16-19 respectively
XY+4 =start addr LO
XY+5 =start addr HI
XY+6 =filelength LO
XY+7 =filelength HI (for save operations only)
XY+8 =pointer to buffer in the IO processor LO
XY+9 =pointer to buffer in the IO processor HI
XY+10=buffer length LO
XY+11=buffer length HI
If the length of the buffer is zero then the default buffer will be
used and so XY+8 and XY+9 will be ignored.
If the length of the buffer is less than 32768 then that buffer will be
used, if greater than 32768 then ALL the available space from OSHWM to
the bottom of screen RAM will be used (this is how the 'Q' option is
implemented if the command had been entered at the CLI)
On exit the call block is unaltered unless overwritten by the buffer
&44 (AMX Super Art)
Access ROM commands, but without using the command line interpreter.
XY+0=manufacturer
0=AMS
others=???
XY+1=command#
XY+2=number of arguments to the command, n.
XY+3=the 'n' arguments
Commands are:
0 = *buttons off
1 = *buttons XY+3
2 = *sensitivity XY+3 [XY+4]
3 = *update
4 = *icon XY+3 [XY+4, XY+5]
5 = *desk [XY+3, XY+4]
6 = *window XY+3, XY+4, XY+5, XY+6
7 = *pointer XY+3, XY+4
8 = *loop XY+3
9 = *movepointer
10 = *showpointer
11 = *hidepointer
12 = *mcursor XY+3 (1=on, 0=off)
13 = *header
14 = *mwindow XY+3, XY+4, XY+5, XY+6
15 = *pattern XY+3
16 = *spray
17 = *device
&45 (Aries B32)
Aries B32 move/swap
XY+0=function
0=move
1=Swap
XY+1=source start address
XY+3=bank specifier
&00 to &0F for sideways roms/rams and program RAM
&80 to &8F for sideways rom/rams and video RAM
XY+4=source end plus 1
XY+6=destination address
XY+8=destination bank specifier (as above)
XY+9 returns the return code
0=ok
1=overlapping areas for swap
2=end before start
3=destination end >&FFFF
4=no RAM in bank 13 or 14.
&46 (BBC Soft)
Allocated but probably unused.
&47-&5E (3rd party use)
These calls are passed to the paged ROMs
&5F (BBC Soft)
Monitor reads across the Tube. Block format unknown
&60 (VFS)
Read Videodisk master sequence number and status byte
On exit XY+0=Master Sequence Number
XY+1=status byte: b7=Tube present
b6=Tube claimed by VFS
b5=LVROM controller present
b4=n/u
b3=n/u
b2=*OPT1 flag
b1=Bad
b0=IRQ pending
&61 (VFS LASERDISK ROM)
Read free space on VFS disc.
This is unused/unimplemented as VFS is read-only media.
&62 (VFS LASERDISK ROM)
Access LVROM controller
Same format as ADFS call &72
Commands are &00=Test drive ready
&01=Seek track 0
&03=Request status
&08=Read sectors
&1B=Stop/Start drive - stop if XY+9=0
start if XY+9=1
&C8=Read
F-code result from LVDOS &CA=Transmit F-code to LVDOS
Results are &02=Drive door open
&03=Media error, eg. disc dirty
&05=Bad SCSI command
&63 (VFS LASERDISK ROM)
Read last VFS error number
Same format as ADFS call &73
&64 (VFS LASERDISK ROM)
Read current F-code
On exit XY+0...contains current F-code command string terminated by CR.
&6E (Watford 32K shadow RAM)
Read byte from shadow RAM board
XY+0..1=address within RAM board
XY+2=bank flag, b0=0 - &0000-&2FFF is main memory
b0=1 - &0000-&2FFF is shadow memory
b1=0 - &3000-&7FFF is main memory
b1=1 - &3000-&7FFF is shadow memory
On exit XY+3=byte read.
&6F (Watford 32K shadow RAM)
Write byte to shadow RAM board
XY+0..1=address within RAM board
XY+2 =bank flag, as per OSWord &6E
XY+3 =byte to be written
On exit XY+3=former contents of memory location.
&70 (ADFS)
Read master sequence number and status byte.
On exit XY+0=master sequence number, in BCD
XY+1=b0 file ensuring in progress (IRQ pending)
b1 bad free space map
b2 *OPT1 setting
b3 undefined
b4 undefined
b5 Winchester disc controller present
b6 Tube in use by ADFS
b7 Tube present
&71 (ADFS)
Read free space on disc. Gives the free space as the command *FREE does
XY+0=32 bit LO
XY+1=32 bit
XY+2=32 bit
XY+3=32 bit HI
&72 (ADFS)
Write to disc controller chip. This call allows communication with the
disc controller chip without having to worry about writing an NMI
handler. This is for 1770 use (see OSWord &7F)
XY+0 =zero
XY+1 =ptr to data LO
XY+2 =ptr to data
XY+3 =ptr to data
XY+4 =ptr to data HI
XY+5 =&8 to read or &A to write
XY+6 =b0
: top 5 bits of sector number
b4
b5
: drive number to be ORed with currently selected drive
b7
XY+7 =sector number middle 8 bits
XY+8 =sector number LO 8 bits
XY+9 =sector count (for read operations)
XY+10=unused
XY+11=number of bytes to write LO
XY+12=number of bytes to write
XY+13=number of bytes to write
XY+14=number of bytes to write HI
On exit XY+0=zero if successful, otherwise returns an error code
&48-CRC error
&50-sector not found
&60-bad command
&61-bad address
&63-volume error
&65-bad drive
&73 (ADFS)
Read last ADFS error information. This provides a means of reading the
details that appears in the error message for fatal ADFS errors.
XY+0=sector num LO
XY+1=sector num
XY+2=b0
: sector num HI
b4
b5
: drive #
b7
XY+3=disc error number &0C-CRC error (ID)
&0E-CRC error (data)
&14-track 0 missing
&16-write fault
&18-sector not found
XY+4=channel number of file that caused the error
&7A (Teletext ROM)
XY+0=&80 Reload the last page fetched
XY+0=&86 Fetch the next page in the chain of the current
chain (if loading a telesoftware file) or the
next rolling page if not a file
XY+0=&88 Goto start of chain/rolling sequence
XY+0=&89 See if the last page requested has arrived yet
XY+1=result Result is &FF for succeed or 0 for fail
If the test was successful, the page is then locked
and no further refreshes will be attempted
XY+0=&8A Unlock page
XY+0=&8B Select TV channel
XY+1=channel number
XY+0=&8D Reads the 'television data service data packet'
XY+1=16 bit addr LO and writes the 16 bit value to the block
XY+2=16 bit addr HI
XY+0=&8E Checks the hamming code of the 8 bit byte and
XY+1=byte to decode returns &FF for a bit error, otherwise OK
XY+0=&8F Transfer the current page to the 32 bit address
XY+1=32 bit addr LO which takes into account 2nd processors
XY+2=32 bit addr
XY+3=32 bit addr
XY+4=32 bit addr HI
XY+0=&92 Future readable headers received will be written to
XY+1=16 bit addr LO the 16 bit address given, which could be used to
XY+2=16 bit addr HI show the clock (etc...) on a MODE 7 display
XY+0=&93 Reads the channel number currently selected
XY+1=channel number
&7B (COMMAND ROM)
Modem commands
On entry XY+0=command as follows:
1 - Read status byte to XY+0: b0=offline/online
b1=XOFF sent
b2=XOFF received
b3=carrier present
2 - Put byte to modem. XY+1=byte to send.
3 - Get byte from modem. On exit XY+0=byte
XY+1=255 if valid, 0 if invalid.
4 - Put string to modem. XY+1=length
XY+2.. contains string. No exit parameters.
5 - Get string from modem. On exit XY+0=length read
XY+1..contains string.
6 - Read from remote computer. XY+1=maximum length
XY+2..3=maximum time in centiseconds
On exit XY+0=length of string
XY+1..contains string.
If RETURN not receieved within the time a Timout error (103) is
generated.
&7D (DFS)
Read master sequence number in BCD. The master sequence number is
incremented by 1 for each disc write operation.
XY+0=number
&7E (DFS)
Read disc size in bytes
XY+0=disc size LO
XY+1=disc size
XY+2=disc size HI
Typically a 40 track disc is &190000 and 80 track returns &320000
&7F (DFS)
Write to disc controller chip. This call allows communication with the
disc controller chip without having to worry about writing an NMI
handler. This is for 8271 use (see OSWord &72)
XY+0 =drive number
XY+1 =ptr to data LO
XY+2 =ptr to data
XY+3 =ptr to data
XY+4 =ptr to data HI
XY+5 =number of parameters for this 'command', usually 3
XY+6 =command, &53 to read or &4B to write
XY+7 =track #
XY+8 =sector #
XY+9 =b0
: number of sectors to read or write
b4
b5
: encoded number of bytes per sector 000=128 bytes per sector
b7 001=256 bytes per sector
010=512 bytes per sector
100=1024 bytes per sector
XY+10=result, zero for success otherwise returns an error code as
detailed in OSWord &73
&80 (IEEEFS)
This call allows the issue of IEEEFS commands without using the command
line interpreter. Block format unknown
(ARM Springboard)
Makes a DOS INT call from the ARM and returns the updated register
results in the block at XY+4 onwards.
XY+0 =24
XY+1 =24
XY+2 =INT number to call LO
XY+3 =INT number to call HI
XY+4..6 =AX (16 bit)
XY+6..7 =BX (16 bit)
XY+8..9 =CX (16 bit)
XY+10..11=DX (16 bit)
XY+12..13=SI (16 bit)
XY+14..15=DI (16 bit)
XY+16..17=DP (16 bit)
XY+18..19=ES (16 bit)
XY+20..21=Flags (16 bit)
&81 (SWI emulation)
Performs the equivalent of a RISC OS SWI on systems which may be later
ported to and from a BBC micro, or which are running under emulation
on a more capable host.
XY+0 =42
XY+1 =42
XY+2 =SWI number LO
XY+3 =SWI number
XY+4 =SWI number HI
XY+5 =status register
XY+6 =bit set of registers 0-7 to pass to SWI
XY+7 =bit set of registers 0-7 to return to 6502 caller
XY+8 =unused
XY+9 =unused
XY+10=unused
XY+11=register 0
XY+15 :
XY+39=register 7
If on exit from the SWI an error occurred then the error message
pointed to by R0 will be translated into a 6502 style error message,
if at this point the SWI called had bit 17 clear a BRK error will
be executed, otherwise control is returned to the caller to take
appropriate action.
(ARM Springboard)
Purpose unknown, only the send/receive lengths for Tube purposes are
filled in as follows
XY+0=0
XY+1=10
&82 (Cambridge ring)
Read/Write parameters. Block format unknown
&83 (Cambridge ring)
Data transmission. Block format unknown
&84 (Cambridge ring)
Ring polling. Block format unknown
&90 (???)
Service interface - Network. Block format unknown
&A0 (???)
Isolated word recogniser. Block format unknown
&E0-&FF (User)
Passed through USERV on an unexpanded machine
&FA (80186 second processor)
Read or write a block from i/o processor memory.
The 80186 uses DS and BX instead of the 6502's X and Y
DS:BX +&0 = 13 (or 14 if the memory access control byte is specified)
+&1 = 1
+&2 = 4 byte i/o processor address
+&6 = 2 byte offset address in the 80186 processor address
+&8 = 2 byte segment address in the 80186 processor address
+&A = number of bytes to transfer
+&C = operation 0 = write at 24us/byte
1 = read at 24us/byte
2 = write at 26us/pair of bytes
3 = read at 26us/pair of bytes
6 = write at 10us/byte in 256 byte blocks
7 = read at 10us/byte in 256 byte blocks
+&D = 65C12 memory access control
b0..3=paged ROM number
b4=if i/o address given is between &8000 and &C000 use
set - currently selected ROM
clear - ROM number given in bits 0..3
b5=if i/o address given is between &3000 and &8000 use
set - shadow screen memory
clear - main screen memory
b6=if i/o address given is between &3000 and &8000 use
set - screen memory regardless of *SHADOW state
this bit overrides b5 if a conflict occurs
b7=unused
&FF (Z80 second processor)
Read or write a block from i/o processor memory. The Z80 uses H and L
instead of the 6502's X and Y
HL +&0 = 13
+&1 = 1
+&2 = 4 byte i/o processor address
+&6 = 4 byte Z80 processor address
+&A = number of bytes to transfer
+&C = operation (1=read, 0=write)