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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2005 3:13 pm 
i was trying to read 2C02 technical reference by brad taylor and the tables in it do not display. i have tried for several hours now.

anyone want to make a pdf from it and post it?

or is there a way to change the line charaters to - + | ?

or is there another tech reference that has the same info ?

thanks

matt


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2005 3:42 pm 
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"Do not display" meaning blankness?

Have you tried reading it in MS-DOS Editor (Start > Run... > edit) or an NFO viewer? If you use notepad, what about setting the font to Terminal?


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2005 8:21 pm 
i get strange characters displayed

and i dont have dos to try and edit with.

what is an nfo viewer...? ill google that

i tried setting the font to terminal too, didnt work

thanks


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I hate tables like those.

You can display it with terminal in some text editors (Notepad works). Just copy/paste the table into notepad and make it Terminal to view it.


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The text editor from DOS is still included with windows. (Start / Run / and type "edit"). Maybe not convenient, but it should work. If this looks bad, you should see what color ANSI looks like in a b&w terminal. Like the saying, "the nice thing about standards is that there's so many to choose from", heheh.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2005 8:52 pm 
i dont have dos

i dont have notepad


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Anonymous wrote:
i dont have dos

i dont have notepad


Well, surely you have some sort of text editor?


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2005 10:23 pm 
i have tried several text editors and cant get the ascii lines to display the table near the end or the file... they appear as garbage characters


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I re-drew the table about a year ago to use more standard characters. It displays properly using any fixed-width font. I hope this displays properly here in the forums, if not copy it into any text editor. Also I didn't check for any discrepancies between this version and the latest 2C02 doc, so be careful!

Code:
+---------------+-------------------------------------------------------+
|2000           |       1   0                         4                 |
|2005/1         |                       76543   210                     |
|2005/2         | 210           76543                                   |
|2006/1         | -54   3   2   10                                      |
|2006/2         |                 765   43210                           |
|NT read        |                                         76543210      |
|AT read (4)    |                                                    10 |
+---------------+-------------------------------------------------------+
|               |+---+ +-+ +-+ +-----+ +-----+ +---+ +-+ +--------+ +--+|
|PPU registers  || FV| |V| |H| |   VT| |   HT| | FH| |S| |     PAR| |AR||
|               |+---+ +-+ +-+ +-----+ +-----+ +---+ +-+ +--------+ +--+|
|PPU counters   ||   | | | | | |     | |     |                          |
|               |+---+ +-+ +-+ +-----+ +-----+                          |
+---------------+-------------------------------------------------------+
|2007 access    |  DC   B   A   98765   43210                           |
|NT read (1)    |       B   A   98765   43210                           |
|AT read (1,2,4)|       B   A   543c    210b                            |
|PT read (3)    | 210                                 C   BA987654      |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2005 1:36 am 
ahhh


thanks


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Code:
+---------------+-------------------------------------------------------+
|2000           |       1   0                         4                 |
|2005/1         |                       76543   210                     |
|2005/2         | 210           76543                                   |
|2006/1         | -54   3   2   10                                      |
|2006/2         |                 765   43210                           |
|NT read        |                                         76543210      |
|AT read (4)    |                                                    10 |
+---------------+-------------------------------------------------------+
|               |+---+ +-+ +-+ +-----+ +-----+ +---+ +-+ +--------+ +--+|
|PPU registers  || FV| |V| |H| |   VT| |   HT| | FH| |S| |     PAR| |AR||
|               |+---+ +-+ +-+ +-----+ +-----+ +---+ +-+ +--------+ +--+|
|PPU counters   ||   | | | | | |     | |     |                          |
|               |+---+ +-+ +-+ +-----+ +-----+                          |
+---------------+-------------------------------------------------------+
|2007 access    |  DC   B   A   98765   43210                           |
|NT read (1)    |       B   A   98765   43210                           |
|AT read (1,2,4)|       B   A   543c    210b                            |
|PT read (3)    | 210                                 C   BA987654      |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
[/quote]

thank you,I just need it


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Anonymous wrote:
i dont have notepad

Mac?


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anything that is not M$.... evil

i use linux almost all the time... and i use osx sometime... and refuse to use garbage.

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Give me Win2k over OSX any day of the freaking week.

While it's true that Win9x family sucks, WinNT family isn't as bad as the anti-MS sayers would have you believe. Win2k is suprisingly stable.


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After you use linux for a few days, you really wish Windows NT/2000/XP supported symbolic links and hard links. (yes I know windows 2000/XP has halfassed built in support for hardlinks)

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