SBASIC allows the use of hex and binary literals in programs. This makes for clearer code in in may cases, for example where system offsets are referenced, or to set 24bit RGB colour values, etc. A pity, then, that Q-Liberator will not accept programs coded in this way. They can also not be loaded back into a SuperBASIC interpreter.
Here is the cure: LOAD your program into SBASIC, MERGE DeHex_bas into it, and type DeHex. The program will terminate with a "PROC/FN cleared" message. (This is normal.) Then QSAVE or SAVE your program (in the latter case perhaps with a new name!). Youll find that all the hex and binary literals have magically been translated into decimal numbers, and DeHex itself has disappeared. The saved program is now ok to compile or be moved to SuperBASIC.
Make sure you dont RENUMber this program, or your own program after merging DeHex. Also ensure that your program doesnt have line numbers above 32738 before you merge.
32738 : 32739 DEFine PROCedure DeHex 32740 LOCal scan, pos, tb%, l% 32741 REMark Program to convert SBAS $hex 32742 REMark and %bin literals to decimal 32743 REMark © pjwitte 2oo1 32744 : 32745 pos = PEEK_L(\\$10) + 2: REMark Get start of program 32746 REPeat scan 32747 IF pos > PEEK_L(\\$14): EXIT scan 32748 : 32749 tb% = PEEK(\\pos) 32750 SELect ON tb% 32751 = $8B, $8C : REMark strings 32752 pos = pos + 2 32753 l% = PEEK_W(\\pos): REMark Length of text 32754 pos = pos + ((l% + 3 ) && -2): REMark skip text 32755 = $8D, $88 : REMark skip line numbers and names 32756 pos = pos + 4 32757 = $D0 TO $FF: REMark numbers % to $, and beyond 32758 POKE\\pos, tb% || $F0 : REMark Convert type to decimal 32759 pos = pos + 6 32760 = REMAINDER : 32761 pos = pos + 2 32762 END SELect 32763 END REPeat scan 32764 DLINE 32738 TO 32765 END DEFine 32766 :