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Beagle Bros. Peex and Pokes Chart
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Apple Zero Page
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decimal                           hex
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32   Text window left edge        $20
33   Text window width            $21
34   Text window top edge         $22
35   Text window bottom           $23
36   Horizontal Cursor Pos.       $24
37   Vertical   Cursor Pos.       $25
43   Boot Slot * 16 (after boot)  $2B
44   Lo-Res Line End Point        $2C
48   Lo-Res Color * 17            $30
50   Text Output Format           $32
   (POKE 50,63=INVERSE;
    POKE 50,255=NORMAL;
    POKE 50,127=FLASH  )
51   Prompt character             $33
78   Random number field        $4E.4F
79   See 78
103  Start of Applesoft Rom     $67.68
104  See 103
105  Lomem                      $69.6A
106  See 105
107  Start of Array Spacee      $6B.6C
108  See 107
109  End of Array Spacee        $6D.6E
110  See 109
111  Start of String Storage    $6F.70
112  See 111
115  Himem                      $73.74
116  See 115
117  Line# being executed       $75.76
118  See 117
119  Line# where program stpd   $77.78
120  See 119
121  Address of line executing  $79.7A
122  See 121
123  Current data line#         $7B.7C
124  See 123
125  Next Data Address          $7D.7E
126  See 125
127  Input or Data Address      $7F.80
128  See 127
129  Last Used Variable Name    $81.82
130  See 129
131  Last used Variable Address $83.84
132  See 131
175  End of Applesoft program   $AF.B0
176  See 175
214  RUN Flag                      $D6
216  ONERR Flag                    $D8
218  Line # of ONERR Error      $DA.DB
219  See 128
222  ONERR Error Code              $DE
         Peek(222) Codes
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   0=?Next w/out For
   1=Language Not Available
   2=Range Error
   3=Range Error
   4=Write-Protected
   5=End of Data
   6=File not Found
   7=Volume Mismatch
   8=I/O Error
   9=Disk Full
  10=File Locked
  11=Syntax Error (DOS)
  12=No Buffers Available
  13=File Type Mismatch
  14=Program too large
  15=Not Direct Command
  16=?Syntax Error (FP)
  22=?RETURN w/out GOSUB
  42=?out of DATA
  53=?Illegal Quantity
  69=?Overflow
  77=?Out of Memory
  90=?Undef'd Statement
 107=?Bad Subscript
 120=?Redim'd Array
 133=?Division by Zero
 163=?Type Mismatch
 176=?String Too Long
 191=?Formula Too Complex
 224=?Undef'd Function
 254=?Reenter
 255=Ctrl-C Interrupt
   
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