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  • Michael Mattias
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    See MEMSET and ENDMEM in the PB-DOS help file, although these are usually used to allow OTHER programs to use high memory, with POKEd subroutines usually stored in your own address space, as Mr. Hanlin suggests..

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  • Tom Hanlin
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    This is not a meaningful technique with PB/DOS, which already gives
    you access to all available DOS-arena memory, and then some. Just use
    strings or a string array.

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  • Fred Katzel
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    POKE & PEEK

    Hi

    When I programmed on my Commadore 64, years ago I would determine
    the end of the program and then POKE the characters numbers into
    the memory above the end of the program. Is there anyway to deter-
    mine the end of a PowerBASIC program so I can do the samething?
    Then when I wanted to write the letter I would PEEK the memory and
    put it onto paper.

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