Hot ZII question...

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Hot ZII question...

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Everybody,

Is it possible to enter a hexadecimal listing from a magazine into a Hot ZII's area? If so, then how can it be done?

Thank you very much in advance.

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Re: Hot ZII question...

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Yes, probably with a binary code loaded in a blank rem…
I haven't the HOT Zii installed on my computer, but il will have a look.

(We can try to rebuled a REM in TASM using "db $00,$00,$01,$02...")
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In Vb81:

Code: Select all


0 REM [HEX: 1C, \
(your code),\
1C ]

Load this listing, and run HOT ZII...
Or type SAVE "MYREM" to save a 'P' file in the same directory.

In EO, load the BIGREM.P file, and fill the REM with binary @4283 to 4AA3.
(convert HEX values with an text to asm like TASM... using db values, and compile it as is to get a binary file)
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Re: Hot ZII question...

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XavSnap and everybody,

Will it also work on a real ZX81/TS1000/TS1500? I just put a few large SRAM upgrades (16K) on my computers. Also, I own a Radio Shack's TRS80 Computer Cassette Recorder.

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Yes, just save it in a wav format, on EO or Vb81 (Save"MYREM.WAV").
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Please tell me what is EO? EO wasn't wrapped around my brain in the correct way! :? :?: Sorry!

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Hot Z II exists in several versions.

The ones I have is:
  • Hi Z - Requires 32k and the M1NOT modification to run ML in himem
  • Hot Z II for 64k - Requires 64k and the M1NOT modification to run ML in himem
  • Hot Z II for 16k - Runs on regular 16k RAM
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EO is EightyOne emulator.
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Yes, EightyOne = EO…
:oops:
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Re: Hot ZII question...

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Everybody,

May I have all of your attention? [fingers cracked, stretched out and drumroll]

:o THESE COMPUTERS, I.E. ZX81, T/S1000, T/S1500 OR WHATEVER ARE ZX81 COMPATIBLE, DO NOT HAVE ITS OWN BACKSLASHES ON THEIR OWN KEYBOARDS! :o

How do we deal with this situation while typing these data of these hexadecimal listings off the magazines?

Thanks,
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