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After disassembling BASIC IV (Acorn 1984). I wanted a further challenge!
So I decided to attempt to disassemble BASIC4r32 (Acorn 1988) as I heard that it
includes a few differences from BASIC IV, like:
       * Handling of the Tube (*BASIC & *HIBASIC entry commands).
       * Updated Trigonomentry routines
       * Automatically tokenising an ASCII program via use of *BASIC @ where is the address of the ASCII program

BASIC4r32 is part of the Alternative ROM set for MOS version 3.50.

Please let me know what you think, and whether you'd like to see more like it. If anyone else wants to have a go at tackling BASICs I/II/III then please feel free to post (added CJR: send them to 8BS) your own descriptions of routines

If I've made a mistake, and someone wants to correct/expand on something, then please do so.

BASIC 4 ROM - Reference information:

Error Messages

Character Set

Memory Map


8000 to 9000 HTML TEXT CSV
9000 to A000 HTML TEXT CSV
A000 to B000 HTML TEXT CSV
B000 to C000 HTML TEXT CSV

Reference Disc images


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