uc0ba user exit

The uc0ba user exit writes a value into a memory address.


dummy = oconv(memory.location, ’uc0ba’)
Note: We recommend that you read the contents of a memory location before writing to it, as many locations require that new values be tested against existing data using the and and or connectives.


memory.location<1> = ’0000’ Memory segment.
memory.location<2> = ’09e6’ Offset.
memory.location<3> = ’01’ Value to write.

The memory location 0000:09e6 now contains the value 0x0001.