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get the "an" character on real hardware


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#1 jakiki6

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Posted 10 February 2021 - 02:31 PM

GUYS I DID IT.

 

For those who don't know "an": http://casiocalc.wik...alculator-model

 

I got the "an" character on real hardware.

I'm going to post an explanation and an image in a few days because I don't have time because of school.

 

Be prepared.



#2 anon34

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Posted 10 February 2021 - 03:37 PM

The existing method (http://casiocalc.wik...byte-extraction) doesn't work?

 

If there's anything new you can always edit the wiki. I don't really remember what this is all about, but can still be contacted.



#3 jakiki6

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Posted 10 February 2021 - 04:32 PM

That method didn't work for me so I found a new method but it is similar to the once you named (it takes some FDXX and replaces the XX with 00 so you can enter 20 to get FD20).



#4 anon34

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Posted 18 February 2021 - 02:25 AM

So the RAM is in segment 1 in 991DE X. Weird. (it takes an extra instruction to access the RAM)

 

The obvious thing to try is to see if code execution from the corresponding location will execute the RAM content as assembly (although it's likely that it would not work)






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