Format: GET (expr)
Supported by: Floating Point BASIC 2.2
Similar commands: -
This statement will cause BASIC to evaluate expr for a memory address from which to retrieve 1024 bytes of data to be placed on the video display. When used with the STORE statement, GET can be used to save and retrieve video information such as plots, graphs, pictures, etc.
10 CLS 20 GET (@1000)
The first 1024 bytes of the BASIC interpreter will be displayed as binary bits on the video display.