LDA INWK+30 \ Fetch the ship's pitch counter and extract the sign AND #%10000000 \ into RAT2 STA RAT2 LDA INWK+30 \ Fetch the ship's pitch counter and extract the value AND #%01111111 \ without the sign bit into A BEQ MV8 \ If the pitch counter is 0, then jump to MV8 to skip \ the following, as the ship is not pitching CMP #%01111111 \ If bits 0-6 are set in the pitch counter (i.e. the \ ship's pitch is not damping down), then the C flag \ will be set by this instruction SBC #0 \ Set A = A - 0 - (1 - C), so if we are damping then we \ reduce A by 1, otherwise it is unchanged ORA RAT2 \ Change bit 7 of A to the sign we saved in RAT2, so \ the updated pitch counter in A retains its sign STA INWK+30 \ Store the updated pitch counter in byte #30 LDX #15 \ Rotate (roofv_x, nosev_x) by a small angle (pitch) LDY #9 JSR MVS5 LDX #17 \ Rotate (roofv_y, nosev_y) by a small angle (pitch) LDY #11 JSR MVS5 LDX #19 \ Rotate (roofv_z, nosev_z) by a small angle (pitch) LDY #13 JSR MVS5 .MV8 LDA INWK+29 \ Fetch the ship's roll counter and extract the sign AND #%10000000 \ into RAT2 STA RAT2 LDA INWK+29 \ Fetch the ship's roll counter and extract the value AND #%01111111 \ without the sign bit into A BEQ MV5 \ If the roll counter is 0, then jump to MV5 to skip the \ following, as the ship is not rolling CMP #%01111111 \ If bits 0-6 are set in the roll counter (i.e. the \ ship's roll is not damping down), then the C flag \ will be set by this instruction SBC #0 \ Set A = A - 0 - (1 - C), so if we are damping then we \ reduce A by 1, otherwise it is unchanged ORA RAT2 \ Change bit 7 of A to the sign we saved in RAT2, so \ the updated roll counter in A retains its sign STA INWK+29 \ Store the updated pitch counter in byte #29 LDX #15 \ Rotate (roofv_x, sidev_x) by a small angle (roll) LDY #21 JSR MVS5 LDX #17 \ Rotate (roofv_y, sidev_y) by a small angle (roll) LDY #23 JSR MVS5 LDX #19 \ Rotate (roofv_z, sidev_z) by a small angle (roll) LDY #25 JSR MVS5Name: MVEIT (Part 8 of 9) [Show more] Type: Subroutine Category: Moving Summary: Move current ship: Rotate ship about itself by its own pitch/roll Deep dive: Orientation vectors Pitching and rolling by a fixed angleContext: See this subroutine in context in the source code References: No direct references to this subroutine in this source file

This routine has multiple stages. This stage does the following: * If the ship we are processing is rolling or pitching itself, rotate it and apply damping if required

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Label MV5 in subroutine MVEIT (Part 9 of 9)

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Label MV8 is local to this routine

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Subroutine MVS5 (category: Moving)

Apply a 3.6 degree pitch or roll to an orientation vector