Me again, being a newbie. How do i understand Devpac commands?
Can anyone help please?
What you need to understand about assembler/devpac is that it's all about moving memory values around (to the hardcore coders, I know this is not quite true
) rather than a set of commands that do stuff to the display.
So there isn't a command to show a picture for example, you need to write that yourself
so your prg needs to have the pic INCLUDEd in it as data somewhere, then you read that data and move it to the memory space where the screen lives, then locate the colour palette, and move that to where the screen palette lives, and then you have a pic on screen. In theory at least.
I see you've found GFA, that will almost certainly be more useful to get to grips with, it'll be easier to knock something up that actually runs, without the leg work you need for assembler to initialise the system first and quit properly after and all the other setup that isn't obvious if you just want some text to show on screen.