ZBasic System Library
Function returning UnsignedInteger
The variable of which the address is desired.
This function returns the UnsignedInteger representation of the RAM address of the specified
variable. Note that for arrays, you may also specify subscript expressions for all of the array dimensions
to yield the address of an individual array element. Without the subscript expressions, the resulting value
will be the address of the first element of the array.
This function is useful for deriving the address to pass to the several functions that require a RAM
address, e.g. BitCopy(), RamPeek(), RamPoke(), etc.
This function is identical to MemAddressU() and is provided for BasicX compatibility.