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> Not for me ; as a demo coder, timer C is used for anything (playing
> samples, sid sound volume variations, removing top border ,...) except
> using a 200 Hz system timer :)
I see. Coding demos appears to be quite different from writing "regular"
> By the way, my previous mail was wrong. The transition when looping
> doesn't imply going to $ff for a brief, but the data reg goes from 1 to
> the new starting value. Under specific cases, it's possible to read a 0
> in data reg though during a brief time.
This means that testing for 0 with beq would not work because the
register value might never be 0?