save "filename", <byte or int device_no>, <int start_address>, <int end_address>

The SAVE command saves the given memory area into a file on the given device by calling the KERNAL SAVE routine. The first two bytes in the file will contain the start address.

Note: The last byte written in the file will be end_address - 1.

Tip: Prepend the file name with @0 to overwrite an existing file on disk. Example:

save "@0:existingfile", 8, 49152, 49408

Use the FERR() function to get error information on the saving process.

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