Re: A83: Re: Stackpointer (sp)


Re: A83: Re: Stackpointer (sp)

Well, on the 83 the stack starts at ffffh, so the size would be ffffh-sp. (or
something around ~sp, but that's because I can't stop optmzng...)


On 13-Sep-98, James Matthews wrote:

>> It's very simple..  it's just always containing the pointer to
>> (memoryaddress of) the top of the stack.
>> //Olle

>What kind of uses does it have?  Ah, I suppose you could read all the stuff
>in the stack etc.  Is there an address anywhere that holds the size of the