.csh LDX #3 \ We are going to use the BPRNT routine to print out \ the current amount of cash, which is stored as a \ 32-bit number at location CASH. BPRNT prints out \ the 32-bit number stored in K, so before we call \ BPRNT, we need to copy the four bytes from CASH into \ K, so first we set up a counter in X for the 4 bytes .pc1 LDA CASH,X \ Copy byte X from CASH to K STA K,X DEX \ Decrement the loop counter BPL pc1 \ Loop back for the next byte to copy LDA #9 \ We want to print the cash amount using up to 9 digits STA U \ (including the decimal point), so store this in U \ for BRPNT to take as an argument SEC \ We want to print the cash amount with a decimal point, \ so set the C flag for BRPNT to take as an argument JSR BPRNT \ Print the amount of cash to 9 digits with a decimal \ point LDA #226 \ Print recursive token 66 (" CR") followed by a \ newline by falling through into plfName: csh [Show more] Type: Subroutine Category: Text Summary: Print the current amount of cashContext: See this subroutine in context in the source code References: This subroutine is called as follows: * TT27 calls csh
Print control code 0 (the current amount of cash, right-aligned to width 9, followed by " CR" and a newline).
Subroutine BPRNT (category: Text)
Print a 32-bit number, left-padded to a specific number of digits, with an optional decimal point
Label pc1 is local to this routine