.TT11 STA U \ We are going to use the BPRNT routine (below) to \ print this number, so we store the number of digits \ in U, as that's what BPRNT takes as an argument LDA #0 \ BPRNT takes a 32-bit number in K to K+3, with the STA K \ most significant byte first (big-endian), so we set STA K+1 \ the two most significant bytes to zero (K and K+1) STY K+2 \ and store (Y X) in the least two significant bytes STX K+3 \ (K+2 and K+3), so we are going to print the 32-bit \ number (0 0 Y X) \ Finally we fall through into BPRNT to print out the \ number in K to K+3, which now contains (Y X), to 3 \ digits (as U = 3), using the same C flag as when pr2 \ was called to control the decimal pointName: TT11 [Show more] Type: Subroutine Category: Text Summary: Print a 16-bit number, left-padded to n digits, and optional pointContext: See this subroutine in context in the source code References: This subroutine is called as follows: * EQSHP calls TT11 * cour_count calls TT11 * cour_dock calls TT11 * pr5 calls TT11

Print the 16-bit number in (Y X) to a specific number of digits, left-padding with spaces for numbers with fewer digits (so lower numbers will be right- aligned). Optionally include a decimal point. Arguments: X The low byte of the number to print Y The high byte of the number to print A The number of digits C flag If set, include a decimal point