Page Byte Address Length Description
92 0 5C00 8
KSTATE - Used in reading the keyboard
92 8 5C08 1
LAST-K - Last key pressed
92 9 5C09 1
REPDEL - Time that a key must be held down before it repeats
92 10 5C0A 1
REPPER - Delay between successive repeats of a key held down
92 11 5C0B 2
DEFADD - Address of arguments of user defined function
92 13 5C0D 1
K-DATA - Second byte of colour controls entered from keyboard
92 14 5C0E 2
TVDATA - Colour, AT and TAB controls going to television
92 16 5C10 38
STRMS - Addresses of channels attached to streams
92 54 5C36 2
CHARS - 256 less than address of character set
92 56 5C38 1
RASP - Length of warning buzz
92 57 5C39 1
PIP - Length of keyboard click
92 58 5C3A 1
ERR-NR - One less than the error report code
92 59 5C3B 1
FLAGS - Various flags to control the BASIC system
92 60 5C3C 1
TV-FLAG - Flags associated with the television
92 61 5C3D 2
ERR-SP - Address of item on machine stack to use as error return
92 63 5C3F 2
LIST-SP - Return address from automatic listing
92 65 5C41 1
MODE - Specifies K, L, C, E or G cursor
92 66 5C42 2
NEWPPC - Line to be jumped to
92 68 5C44 1
NSPPC - Statement number in line to be jumped to
92 69 5C45 2
PPC - Line number of statement being executed
92 71 5C47 1
SUBPPC - Number within line of statement being executed
92 72 5C48 1
BORDCR - Border colour
92 73 5C49 2
E-PPC - Number of current line
92 75 5C4B 2
VARS - Address of variables
92 77 5C4D 2
DEST - Address of variable in assignment
92 79 5C4F 2
CHANS - Address of channel data
92 81 5C51 2
CURCHL - Address of information used for input and output
92 83 5C53 2
PROG - Address of BASIC program
92 85 5C55 2
NXTLIN - Address of next line in program
92 87 5C57 2
DATADD - Address of terminator of last DATA item
92 89 5C59 2
E-LINE - Address of command being typed in
92 91 5C5B 2
K-CUR - Address of cursor
92 93 5C5D 2
CH-ADD - Address of the next character to be interpreted
92 95 5C5F 2
X-PTR - Address of the character after the '?' marker
92 97 5C61 2
WORKSP - Address of temporary work space
92 99 5C63 2
STKBOT - Address of bottom of calculator stack
92 101 5C65 2
STKEND - Address of start of spare space
92 103 5C67 1
BREG - Calculator's B register
92 104 5C68 2
MEM - Address of area used for calculator's memory
92 106 5C6A 1
FLAGS2 - More flags
92 107 5C6B 1
DF-SZ - The number of lines in the lower part of the screen
92 108 5C6C 2
S-TOP - The number of the top program line in automatic listings
92 110 5C6E 2
OLDPPC - Line number to which CONTINUE jumps
92 112 5C70 1
OSPCC - Number within line of statement to which CONTINUE jumps
92 113 5C71 1
FLAGX - Various flags
92 114 5C72 2
STRLEN - Length of string type destination in assignment
92 116 5C74 2
T-ADDR - Address of next item in parameter table
92 118 5C76 2
SEED - The seed for RND
92 120 5C78 3
FRAMES - Frame counter
92 123 5C7B 2
UDG - Address of first user defined graphic
92 125 5C7D 2
COORDS - Coordinates of last point plotted
92 127 5C7F 1
P-POSN - Column number of printer position
92 128 5C80 2
PR-CC - Address of next position for LPRINT to print at
92 130 5C82 2
ECHO-E - Column and line number of end of input buffer
92 132 5C84 2
DF-CC - Address in display file of PRINT position
92 134 5C86 2
DF-CCL - Like DF-CC for lower part of screen
92 136 5C88 2
S-POSN - Column and line number for PRINT position
92 138 5C8A 2
S-POSNL - Like S-POSN for lower part of screen
92 140 5C8C 1
SCR-CT - Scroll counter
92 141 5C8D 1
ATTR-P - Permanent current colours
92 142 5C8E 1
MASK-P - Used for transparent colours
92 143 5C8F 1
ATTR-T - Temporary current colours
92 144 5C90 1
MASK-T - Temporary transparent colours
92 145 5C91 1
P-FLAG - More flags
92 146 5C92 30
MEMBOT - Calculator's memory area
92 176 5CB0 2
NMIADD - Non-maskable interrupt address
92 178 5CB2 2
RAMTOP - Address of last byte of BASIC system area
92 180 5CB4 2
P-RAMT - Address of last byte of physical RAM
92 182 5CB6 21
Channel information