Re: [mu TECH] Runtime sound driver (DMA16)

From: Miguel Angel (
Date: Tue Apr 25 2000 - 21:21:08 CEST

On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, Michele Andreoli <> kindly wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 24, 2000 at 10:49:21PM +0200, Miguel Angel nicely wrote:
>> Strange, be careful! I used "echo -ne" to do the conversion between numbers
>> and bytes, and it is documented to convert octal, not decimal. (I think your
>> example really says irq=9 > irq=11). I think you will have trouble for
>> irq>=10 (decimal)
> Yes: 10(oct) is 8(dec) :-) About your "echo": I can't see the scope of "-e"
> switch, because no escape sequence found in string.

On soundcfg you can see:


where i use the '\n' escape secuence.
And on binpatch:


where i put a scape character '\' to the octal value previously read on
standard input.

> This remember me the first program I saw, typed by vendor itself as
> demo:
> 10 print "Tony HI-FI"
> 20 goto 10

And my first program :-DDD
        10 print "Hola"
        20 goto 10

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