Supported by: Quest Super BASIC 5.0 and 6.0
RCA BASIC3 V1.1: BYE
Telmac SBASIC v 24.3: BYE
Call to true system monitor assumed to be at location @8000. If the system monitor exists elsewhere in memory the interpreter must be modified. The address for the monitor is at location @32F8 in the interpreter. The data there should be a hex 80. For example, if you have a Netronics monitor at @F000, change location @31F8 from 80 to F0. When BYE is executed, BASIC changes the program counter and stack pointer to R0 and transfers execution to @F000. Once in the monitor, execution returns to BASIC in the normal way depending on the monitor used.