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To quote the description of your link (emphasis mine): The DSECT directive is used to define an area of memory [...] without actually generating any output object code. [...] The most common use [...] is to define the labels [...] that occur in the [...] page zero. So the reason why you do not get an "A" is that your DSECT doesn't produce any ...


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Just to add to the other answers - a somewhat odd solution, but doable for simple (but longish) "drawing" programs such as this, is to use Wozniak's old "Integer BASIC" (aka "Apple BASIC") instead of the more common (Microsoft-BASIC derived) "Applesoft BASIC". You do that by saying "INT" at the prompt after ...


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Z-RAM installs into the CPU and MMU sockets of the IIc (the chips have to be removed from the motherboard and placed on the Z-RAM). The memory expansion connector that later IIcs have is not used. Even if there aren't any physical "slots" in the IIc, its operating system uses "virtual slots" for compatibility with the classic Apple II. (...


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