This is a functional Commodore 64 development environment with demonstration C and ASM programs. A Makefile is provided and the VICE emulator is used to run the system for testing.
How to Run Programs
Once VICE loads, at the BASIC prompt:
Once the program loads, you can type:
to run the program.
To load the C program, replace the first
LOAD with this:
You can also type your BASIC programs directly into the emulator, for example:
10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD" 20 GOTO 10 RUN
Hit the Escape key to stop the program running.
Save & Load (requires fork!)
Once you have written a BASIC program in the emulator, you may want
to save it.
myprogs.d64 disk is loaded as drive 9 in the emulator for this purpose.
Let's take this BASIC program:
10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD"
Once saved, you can load the program again after a restart:
LOAD "HELLO",9 LIST