The X byte signals errors. It will be 0x80 if an error occured and 0x00 otherwise. By setting the sign bit errors can be easily checked..
The Y byte contains the number of characters that were written to this address since the last output. This should be 0 if the address is ready to receive a character or 1 if the hardware is bussy with writing a byte. Any other value will indicate that characters were lost since the last write operation.
The Z byte contains the last character received. It is valid only if YY is not zero.
The complete ocatbyte will be reset to zero after a byte is output..
|host||localhost||the host where the bus is located|
|port||9002||the port where the bus is located|
|address||default||address where the resource is located|
|interrupt||not set||interrupt sent when ready|
|x||0||the x position of the window|
|y||0||the y position of the window|
|minimized||false||start with a minimized window|
|debug||false||to generate debug output|
|debugmask||0xFFF0||set mask to hide debug output|
|verbose||false||make debugging verbose, sets debug mask to zero|
|define||not set||to define a name for conditionals|
|config||not set||filename for a configuration file|
|help||false||to print information|
These can be set in default.vmb