Re: [cc65] Common macros for dirent.d_type

From: Markus Stehr <>
Date: 2012-07-05 11:04:00
Just my 2 cent.

I see PRG, SEQ and friends as the file extension and if i have an
unknown to me file i would always think that PRG (PRoGramm) is somehow
an executable.
You LOAD and RUN it, unless it states something like "$C000" in its
name, then you SYS to execute it.

Please correct me when i am wrong here but thats the table i have in my
brain when it comes to the BAM/CBM file system:
PRG - "PRoGramm File" (Executables)
USR - "USeR data file" (Binary data)
SEQ - "SEQuential data file" (Textfiles, etc...)
REL - "RELative database file" (Every line has the same size with comma
seperated fields)
DEL - "DELeted" 
DIR - "DIRectory" (only on FD-2000, CMD-HD, IECATA and other more modern


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