CALL RBLOAD
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Effect

Loads binary code from the specified SRAM-disk.

Syntax

CALL RBLOAD ("<Device>:<Filename>",<Offset>)

Parameters

<Device> is the name of the SRAM-disk to be used. If you don't specify it, the computer will use the A SRAM-disk.

<Filename> is a string that contains the name of binary file to load. The format is 8 characters followed by a point and an extension with 3 characters. (Not case sensitive)

<Offset> is optional, it indicates that the program will be loaded at <StartAddress> + <Offset>. Only hexadecimal form is accepted.

Note: You need to use DEF USR and USR() to execute the binary code.

Examples

CALL RBLOAD ("TEST.BIN")
CALL RBLOAD ("B:TEST.BIN",&H20)

Related to

CALL RBSAVE

Compatibility

RAMFile BASIC