1) to produce an AOF-file by the assembler for the linker and then to link it to an absolute image;
2) to produce a file for Pandora directly by the assembler;
3) to use BBC Basic "POKEs" and then CALL.
BBC Basic 32000 doesn't support inline assembly. I had tried to use the next code
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10 ?&7000=18:?&7001=0:REM it is RET 0 instruction
20 CALL &7000
It doesn't work. The assembler and linker work fine under PanOS but I couldn't make any executable suitable for Pandora. Is there any hope?