Mouse #1
Interrupt Environment with the Mouse

Revised by Matt Deatherage (November 1988)
Written by Rilla Reynolds (November 1985)

This Technical Note describes the interrupt environment one should take into account when programming mouse-based applications on the Apple II family of computers.

Software developers who are writing mouse-based programs in assembly language need to be concerned about the computer's interrupt environment, even if they are using the mouse in passive mode. Listed below are several conditions which assembly language programmers should take into account if their programs are to run on the Apple II family of computers.

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