DEEK()

Syntax:

deek(<int address>)

The DEEK function returns the value that is read from a two-byte memory location: address and address+1. The function always returns an integer.

Note: the address will be recognized as an unsigned integer.

Example:

let value = deek(n)
rem -- the above will return what is stored in
rem -- memory locations n and n+1
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