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Keyboard: scan_y

[Elite-A, I/O processor]

Name: scan_y [Show more] Type: Subroutine Category: Keyboard Summary: Implement the scan_y command (scan for a specific flight key or Delta 14B button press)
Context: See this subroutine in context in the source code References: This subroutine is called as follows: * tube_table calls scan_y * b_14 calls via b_quit

This routine is run when the parasite sends a scan_y command. If the game is configured to use the keyboard or standard joystick, then it scans the keyboard for a specified flight key (given as an offset into the KYTB table), or if the game is configured to use the Delta 14B joystick, it scans the Delta 14B keyboard for the relevant button press. It returns 0 to the parasite if the key is not being pressed, or &FF if it is.
Other entry points: b_quit Contains an RTS
.scan_y JSR tube_get \ Get the parameters from the parasite for the command: TAY \ JSR tube_get \ =scan_y(key_offset, delta_14b) \ \ and store them as follows: \ \ * Y = the KYTB offset of the key to scan for (1 for \ the first key, 2 for the second etc.) \ \ * A = the configuration byte for the Delta 14B \ joystick BMI b_14 \ If bit 7 of A is set, then the configuration byte for \ the Delta 14B joystick in BTSK must be &FF and the \ Delta 14B stick is configured for use, so jump to b_14 \ to scan the Delta 14B joystick buttons \ If we get here then we know A = 0, as BTSK is either \ 0 or &FF, and we just confirmed that it's not the \ latter LDX KYTB-1,Y \ Set X to the relevant internal key number from the \ KYTB table (we add Y to KYTB-1 rather than KYTB as Y \ is 1 for the first key in KYTB, 2 for the second key \ and so on) JSR DKS4 \ Scan the keyboard to see if the key in X is currently \ being pressed, returning the result in A and X BPL b_quit \ If the key is being pressed then bit 7 will be set, so \ this jumps to b_quit if the key is not being pressed, \ in which case A = 0 will be returned to the parasite .b_pressed LDA #&FF \ The key is being pressed, so set A to &FF so we can \ return it to the parasite .b_quit JMP tube_put \ Send A back to the parasite and return from the \ subroutine using a tail call