Thanks for your help but Basic 8 does not support the use of Print Using or Print to display numbers. The subroutine that I use to limit the data to 1 decimal place does a good job of this. However if I could use the Poke command to change all data to to 1 decimal place I could delete the subroutine. The Programmers Reference Guide Lists two locations that reference the number of decimals after the decimal point. Page # 504 memory location 005F and Page 510 memory location 012D. Thanks again for youe help.
I am looking for a little help in using Peeks and Pokes in a Basic program. I used Basic 8 to create three programs to graphically display data for Blood pressure/Sugar monitor and Local Temperature. In all three programs I use a small subroutine to display averages to one decimal place. In the Programmers Programming Reference manual there are several locations that reference positions after the decimal point. How do I use Peeks and Pokes to set this to one decimal place? any help would be appreciated. Long live the 128
RIP Halt and Catch Fire. It appears that the AMC show Halt and Catch Fire is no more. I don't think that we will see ever again a TV show that features any vintage Commodore computer. Sorry to see you go.
The problem that I had with the HP Deskjet 500 was that the printer resolution could be set to 75 DPI or 300 DPI. So at 75DPI the printout would be at about 2/3 smaller than the screen. It is my understanding that GEOS or Wheels prints at 60 DPI. Even older inkjet printers print at higher resolutions. I do use a serial to parallel adapter.