Examining the Auxiliary Memory in the Apple IIe    Page No.:P002

 In May 1985 the Magazine Nibble published a basic contribution from Glen E. Brendon  about the auxiliary memory of the Apple IIe that
 performed access, examination and move of that memory. That program contains basic routines to access and deal with that entire
 64 kB part of memory.

 That publication also contains excellent information about the softswitches and the handling of that softswitches,
 as well as perfect expīlenation of the auxiliary memory itself from view of the programmer.
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