I tried to fix this. several times. it defeated me. Since it would work if I said "DB ('X'+80) " I just put up with it.
Every time I tried to fix this code I tried to be clever with it, and it never worked. So tonight I said, forget that! All I had to do, when db() found an opening quote, don't be clever. Just look 2 more characters ahead. If i see a closing quote I can just hand the whole thing off to expr(), otherwise the ascii handler gets it.
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Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1291449931966877697
TIL: "Indent ON" in #acme. When pressing new line it adds the leading white-spaces of the current line to the new one 👍
Don’t Let Endianness Flip You Around
Most of the processor architectures which we come into contact with today are little-endian systems, meaning that they store and address bytes in a least-significant byte (LSB) order. Unlike in the past, when big-end… https://hackaday.com/2020/08/04/dont-let-endianness-flip-you-around/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1290655235631964162
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