When I enter:
On my Epson HX-20, I get the following output:
P1: 419 Bytes
P2: 86 Bytes
P3: 0 Bytes
P4: 0 Bytes
P5: 0 Bytes
RAM FILE 256 Bytes
105 Bytes Free
As I understand it, even a standard HX-20 should have 16k of RAM, so the Bytes Free should be much more. I also remember writing much longer programs in the past than I am able to now before getting the OM (Out of Memory) error.
I have looked up the MEMSET - the above is the factory default and should give maximum space to BASIC programmes as I understand it.
Can anyone suggest why I might be having this situation, and what steps I can take to rectify it?