I'm familiar with three commands in Applesoft BASIC which let you
manipulate the way text gets displayed on the screen. There's INVERSE,
which prints black text on a white background; FLASH, which basically
just does what it says on the tin; and finally NORMAL, which cancels
both of the above commands. But my question is, how do you set the
entire SCREEN to INVERSE, FLASH or NORMAL? I know it will go to INVERSE
at the end of a game of "The Match Machine" which can be found on "The
Shell Games" disk; but I don't know is how that little effect was >accomplished. The reason I'm asking is I'm in the process of writing a
game in Applesoft BASIC which, ideally, will set the entire screen to
FLASH, or at least INVERSE if FLASH is not possible.
But my question is, how do you set the entire SCREEN to INVERSE, FLASH or NORMAL?
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