The following tables show all commands, functions, variables, and operators
available in the BASIC interpreter Sharp 1Z016 and its associated tokens
and entry point addresses within the BASIC interpreter program.
A token is 1 or 2 bytes in length and is used by the interpreter to
build a BASIC command line in the command line area. A BASIC command,
for example PRINT is not stored with its 5 MZ-ASCII bytes P R I N T,
it is stored with its associated token $8F ( see the table
The entry point address is the associated and internally entry to the
routine interpreting and executing the command within the BASIC interpreter.