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Function Call List; and their arguments.
Topic Started: Jan 23 2011, 05:12:32 AM (428 Views)
Posted Image Teawater
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Hello there, this topic's main use is to list the functions you can call with their available arguments.


R0 = Data to decompress offset.
R1 = Location to store decompressed data.

(R2 = Calls to function... and branch/link to 081DAA70)



R0 = Offset from 03000014 (by word). If 02, offset at 03000C10.
R1 = Value to place in offset. If 00000000, changed to 08018B75.


Delete RAM Database:


R0 = Database address (after header)


Add RAM Database:


08018DB4/08018DEC (These appear to be exact copies of each other.)
R0 = Size - This is the size in bytes of the database, For best results, it should be word-aligned. (Divisible by 4)
R1 = RAM Flag - This is which RAM area the database should be placed. 0 for IRAM (03), and 1 for WRAM (02)
R2 = Label offset - This is the offset of a four letter label for the database.
R3 = Zero-filled flag - This determines if the whole database should be 0-filled after creation.
R0 = Database address (after header)


R0 = Compressed Sprites Offset

R0 = Size (Uncompressed, function used for making a RAM database size.)

08199498 = MATH Copy/Paste function. (And MATH pointer repointering,)
08199498 = CLEA "

R0 = Database offset for MATH data to be inserted. (after header) (The MATH pointer is also repointered (03001038).) If 0, pointer is pointed to 08198220 (MATH database in ROM.)

R0 = Database offset of NEXT database (header) (or offset after the input of MATH data) If Arg is 0, this stays 0.

08084F28 = create_panel(?, ?, x, y, width, height, pixel_data_pntr, palette?)

RAND Generator

R0 = Database offset (after header)
R1 = Random? Number

More may be added in the future...
Edited by Teawater, Jun 26 2012, 10:28:33 PM.
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