|Token code:||203 / $CB|
in BASIC ROM:
|List of all BASIC keywords|
Type: Command General Programming-Syntax: GOstatement like GO64
The command GO64 switches in direct mode under BASIC 7.0 on a C128 after the confirmation prompt ARE YOU SURE?, which must be confirmed by entering
Y (for YES), switches to C64 mode with BASIC 2.0. In the confirmation prompt, any entry beginning with "Y" is understood as "YES", all other entries as "NO". If "NO" is selected, the prompt is displayed, as shown in the following example:
GO64 ARE YOU SURE?N READY.
When called from a BASIC program, the switching is done immediately, i.e. without a confirmation prompt.
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Variants of GO64 as the command GO with the argument (value) 64. Any numeric expression can be used which, when interpreted as an integer, gives 64:
GO64 GO 4*16 GO 63.99999999 GO 6 4 GO 2↑6 GO 70-6 SIXTYFOUR=64 GO SIXTYFOUR