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The Hooks are named by their hook pointer block address (the four bytes consisting of page, address, and an extra byte), in hexadecimal. An example is 83Plus:Hooks:9B84.
You must also include a variation on the following code to put your documentation into the appropriate Category listing:
[[Category:83Plus:Hooks:By Address|8562 - ImAHook]] [[Category:83Plus:Hooks:By Name|ImAHook]]
Change the address and name to match your hook.
Hook Pointer Block Address: 8562
Hook Enable BCALL: 1234
Hook Disable BCALL: 5678
Hook Call BCALL: 9012
Hook Active Flag: 6, (iy + 23h)
This hook allows you to change the values that GetKey returns.
Using the Hook
These different values, passed in a, determines what the hook should do.
- 1: The calculator just turned on. There seem to be no other values passed to the hook.
- 2: The calculator is computing 1+1.
- b: 1
- c: 1
- Change b and/or c to affect the output of the problem (which will still look like 1+1 to the user).
- 3: Preparing to turn off due to 2nd+OFF.
- Zero flag: Clear to abort the power off.
This hook doesn't exist. This is a demonstration only.
Credits and Contributions
- /dev/hda1: My favorite hard drive partition.