SuperCard Pro Flux Image format (.scp)
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Can you explain
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BYTE 0x03 contains the track number (0-165).  For single sided disks, tracks 0-41 (48TPI)
or 0-83 (96TPI) are used.  For double-sided disks, the actual track number is this value
divided by 2.  The remainder (0 or 1) is the head.  0 represents the bottom head and
1 represents the top head.  For example, 0x0B would be 11/2 = track 5, head 1 (top).
Likewise, 0x50 would be 80/2 = track 40, head 0 (bottom).
Does not make sense to me.
I am now performing more check i thougth it was track /2 but here what i amgetting ?
track 0 => 0
track 1 => 0
Track 2 => 1
Track 3 => 2
Track 4 => 2
track 5 => 2
track 6 => 3
track 7 =>4 ???
So I guess we just have to ignore and use the index number?
Is it suppose to be useful?
Or at least it could be equal to track index so it can be used to check we are on the right track?
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SuperCard Pro Flux Image format (.scp) - by admin - 11-01-2013, 05:54 PM
RE: SuperCard Pro Flux Image format (.scp) - by DrCoolZic - 01-09-2014, 03:48 PM



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