Submitted by Steve Fewell
Call routine &9BA6 to check that the statement terminates correctly with a ':', '<cr>' or 'ELSE-token' character,
issuing 'Syntax error' if it doesn't.
Call routine &BBAC to clear the run-time variable memory (variable pointer table), set up the page &7 constants
&07F0-&07FF, and the Program Start, Stack Pointer, LOMEM and VARTOP information. It also clears the LISTO flag and
clears the REPEAT level (&24), FOR level (&26) and GOSUB level (&25) - ready for the execution of the program.
Set BASIC Text pointer A to PAGE (MSB byte from location &18, and LSB byte = #&00).
Jump to &8F97 to tokenise the statement at the Text Pointer A location (should have no affect, as it is already
tokenised) and then execute the statement (via routine &901E). As the Text Pointer A is not pointing to the BASIC
Command line (location &0700-&07FF), the next program line will be executed after the current line.
|8F12||032 166 155||20 A6 9B||JSR &9BA6 Check end of Statement|
|8F15||032 172 187||20 AC BB||JSR &BBAC Initialise Page 7 & reset Variable pointers, etc...|
|8F18||165 024||A5 18||LDA &18|
|8F1A||133 012||85 0C||STA &0C|
|8F1C||d||100 011||64 0B||STZ &0B|
|8F1E||w||128 119||80 77||BRA 119 --> &8F97 Tokenise and Execute command line|