The pointer begins at memory location 3. It can be moved left or right infinitely. IO is memory mapped. To read from the console, toggle the bit at location 0 twice without moving or hitting a loop; this will read one bit from the console into location 2. To write to the console, toggle the bit at location 1 twice without moving or hitting a loop; this will write one bit from location 2 to the console. Since all console IO is bytewise, all reads and writes to the console are buffered (8 bits).
||Toggles the bit at the current location and sets the toggle flag.|
||If the toggle flag is clear, move the pointer right. If the toggle flag is set, move the pointer left. Either way, clear the toggle flag.|
|| If the bit at the current location is 1, jump forward to the matching |
|| If the bit at the current location is 0, jump backward to the matching |
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Move the pointer right, regardless of toggle bit (note: may perform I/O at low addresses)
Move the pointer left, regardless of toggle bit (note: may perform I/O at low addresses)