The cart is quite self explanatory, I think. If you want to have some saved data, you can se the source code to see how this was made!
This works in:
- The PICO-8 editor (tested on windows & PocketCHIP's Linux)
- The BBS webplayer
Pretty neat stuff, Adzetko !
I wrote some code a short while back to take the DGET 64-possible numbers to save and break it down to where you can instead record up to 2048 bits of persistent data using the same storage.
Including ability to save a string or number and specify the number of bits or bytes it takes from the 2048. You only need 7-bits, for instance, to store an integer number up to 32767, instead of the usual 32-bits that standard that DGET() would require.
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