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Drawing lines: HBFL

[6502 Second Processor version]

Name: HBFL [Show more] Type: Subroutine Category: Drawing lines Summary: Draw the sun lines in the horizontal line buffer in orange by sending an OSWORD 247 command to the I/O processor
Context: See this subroutine in context in the source code References: This subroutine is called as follows: * HLOIN calls HBFL * SUN (Part 4 of 4) calls HBFL * TT23 calls HBFL * WPLS calls HBFL
.HBFL LDA HBUP \ Set the first byte in HBUF (the number of bytes to STA HBUF \ transmit with the OSWORD 247 command) to HBUP, the \ size of the horizontal line buffer CMP #2 \ If HBUP = 2 then jump to HBZE2 as there is no line BEQ HBZE2 \ data to transmit to the I/O processor LDA #2 \ Set HBUP = 2 to reset the line buffer (as the size in STA HBUP \ HBUP includes the two OSWORD size bytes) LDA #247 \ Set A in preparation for sending an OSWORD 247 command LDX #LO(HBUF) \ Set (Y X) to point to the HBUF parameter block LDY #HI(HBUF) JSR OSWORD \ Send an OSWORD 247 command to the I/O processor to \ draw the horizontal lines described in the HBUF block, \ in orange .HBZE2 LDY T1 \ Restore Y to the value in T1, so if we jump here from \ the HLOIN routine, Y will be preserved from the \ original call to that routine RTS \ Return from the subroutine