Hacker's Edge Game Guide: Memory mapped devices

Terminal device
Aug. 3, 2016
Last updated at Jan. 27, 2019

This device maps into the $ffd0-$ffef I/O mapped memory space. With this device, you can control the terminal ...


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File system I/O device
Aug. 3, 2016
Last updated at Jan. 27, 2019

The file system I/O mapped device is mapped from $ff80-$ff8f. This API can be a little difficult to ...


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HE Internal API
Sept. 2, 2017
Last updated at Jan. 27, 2019

This guide is to explain the functions of the memory addresses between $fff0 and $fff4. These are used for special ...


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RTC device
Jan. 27, 2019

This is the most simpliest device as it does not accept any input, it only allows you to read data ...


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ROM device
Jan. 27, 2019

The ROM device is primarily used for booting up machines in Hacker's Edge. During the boot sequence, BOOT.SYS ...


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Storage Controller
Jan. 27, 2019

This is a very complex device which the default machine types currently do not make use of. This will be ...


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CFFA1 Controller
Jan. 27, 2019

This device's API is based on the ever popular 6502 CFFA1 real world device which allows you to access ...


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Network device
Aug. 3, 2016

The current network device is mapped to $ff70-$ff7f, and can be complex to use. The current NETDRV.SYS does ...


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