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By Commodore Electronics Limited

The Commodore sixty four user's guide is an easy-to-use consultant that is helping you start on this planet of computing. via transparent, step by step directions, you could find out how your Commodore sixty four might be placed to an collection of enjoyable and important makes use of. Introductory subject matters mentioned during this guide contain: the right way to organize your computing device simple programming for newcomers Sprite portraits developing sound For these of you already acquainted with microcomputers, the complex programming sections support to give an explanation for the distinct positive factors of the Commodore sixty four. learn how to extend your current programming features via such informative sections as: complex uncomplicated complex colour and image instructions complex facts dealing with additionally provided is an informative appendix which incorporates charts, tables and mistake messages.

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The green light is the power light, indicating whether the disk drive is on or off. • The red light tells you two things: 1. When a program is being LOADed or SAVEd, the red ligh! is lit while the disk is spinning in the drive. When the red light goes oft, the LOAD or SAVE is complete. 2. If there is a problem with the disk or drive, the red light flashes on and off, even after the disk stops spinning in the drive. You can also use disks to store piograms that you write yourself, and these disks can then be used to load the program back into your C64 whenever you want to run them.

Now press RETURN and LIST your program to see if your change is registered in mem ory. 46 . • STORING AND REUSING YOUR PROGRAM Once you have edited your program, you may want to store it permanently so that you will be able to recall and use il later. To do this you'll need either the Commodore Dalassette recorder or a Commodore disk drive. • FORMATTING A DISK To store programs on a new (or blank) disk, you must first prepare the disk to receive data. This is called "formatting" the disk. Make sure that you turn on the disk drive before inserting any disk.

The command we want the computer to execute when the condition is true comes after the THEN part H in the statement. Clear your computer's memory and type in this program. J, "COMMODORE 64" -_ 30 J = J + 1 40IFJ = 5THENGOTO60 n 50 GOTO 20 __ 60 END At last, we no longer have to press the STOP key to break out of a looping program. The IF-THEN statement tells the computer to keep printing "COMMODORE 64" and incrementing J until (J = 5) is true. When the IF condition is false, the computer just jumps to the next line of the program no matter what comes after the THEN.

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