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Readers,

The following is an ASCII extraction of the original MacAlmanac II file, which
was written in MacWrite 2.2 format. MacWrite v4.6 and/or v5.0 should be able to
convert it, if not done already (I don't recall if I did this already).

Because this is a text-only extraction, pictures (PICTs) can't appear in the
text stream. I have added them to the resource fork of this file, so you will
still be able to read them with ResEdit. 

Since I own the copyright on the presentation (but not the raw data - that
cannot be copyrighted), I expressly give all of you permission to distribute
this file "at will", with no royalties or other charges. I do impose this
restriction commonly applied by other authors: that all copies include this
copyright notice: "MacAlmanacII is Copyright (C) 1985-1997 James H. Olson."

James H. Olson
Last modified: 04 September 1997

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MAC ALMANAC II, VERSION 1.0 - 4 JUNE 1990


You may have wondered, as I have, why nobody has ever come up with any kind of
comprehensive listing of the Mac's ROM traps and global variables. So far, the
lists in existence are scattered in many widely varying sources. For example,
Apple's Inside Macintosh contains ROM trap listings in both alphabetical and
numeric orders, but its global variable list is both incomplete and in alpha-
betic order only. Having lists ordered by memory address helps make debugging
with TMON and Macsbug much easier. It also helps programmers using 68000
assembly language, such as myself.

Apple's official policy is that programmers should use the names of variables
when writing their programs. Their reasoning is that the use of names will
prevent incompatibilities with future Macs and/or system files. I don't follow
that policy for two reasons. First, the only way to create incompatibilities is
for Apple to change the locations of some or all of the global variables in a
future release of system software. Doing this would immediately invalidate the
entire Macintosh software base, so I don't think Apple would seriously think of
it. Secondly, encoding the actual addresses helps debugging since my source code
becomes closer to the object code. This is efficient because I only have to look
up variable names once when writing source code and eliminates multiple lookups
when debugging with Macsbug. Normally I use variable addresses in my source code
and place variable names in comment lines.

After struggling with the separated lists, I decided to improve my productivity
by centralizing all that information in a master file. This master file,
MacAlmanac, has since helped me greatly. Its distribution as PD (Public Domain)
made sense, so others could benefit as well. [Editor's note: distribution method
has since been changed to copyrighted freeware - see note at top of file. -jho]

It would be a good idea to print this file in its entirety and three-hole punch
it for placement in a binder. This file has been reformatted for printing on the
LaserWriter, and for completeness, the laser font Times has been substituted for
the screen font Geneva used in Almanac I. The master list will be a time-saver
for you, regardless of what development system you are using (Pascal, C, BASIC,
FORTRAN, Lisp, Forth, etc.). It will also help you if you disassemble bits of
ROM code or other hacker stuff.


Revision History:

VERSION   DATE               PAGES   CHANGES
--------  -----------------  ------  -------------------------------------------

I    1.0  28 January 1987    26      Created, first release
I    1.1  12 May 1987        27      Added: Errors on Powerup
I    1.2  25 October 1987    29      Added: Traps & Keyboards
I    1.3  16 December 1987   29      Altered pages 19, 27, and 28
I    1.4  30 December 1987   29      Fonts table reorganized (Page 26)
I    1.5  18 April 1988      30      Added: new global variables
II   1.0  4 June 1990        32      Total rewrite of Almanac I, first rerelease

If you need to contact me, I can be reached at my home address:

                James H. Olson
                2049 - 62nd Street North
                Clearwater, FL 33760
                JIM_O1@sfov1.verifone.com (office email)
                (813) 524-3228

*** MAC ALMANAC IS COPYRIGHTED FREEWARE ***

Apple, Macintosh, Mac, and ResEdit are trademarks registered to Apple Computer, Inc.



PART 1

Global Variables in Memory Address Order


Simply, global variables on the Macintosh(R) are variables that hold values that
are independent of any running program and don't usually change value when one
program quits and another starts. These variables are all assigned as a group to
one or two large blocks of RAM located between location 0 (the start of RAM) and
the system and application areas of RAM. Each variable is assigned a specific
memory location. Values stored in these variables usually contain information
such as the amount of RAM installed in the Mac, the version of ROM, system, and
Finder installed, mouse location, serial port settings, and the like. Programs
can read and write to any of these variables, and writes will have lasting
effects on the system (until changed again). Upon startup, and again if the Mac
is reset, just about all variables are initialized by the ROM startup code after
any memory tests (see Part 6).

Since the Mac was introduced in 1984, Apple has encouraged people writing Mac
software to read and write to global variables by using their names. When
language compilers see these names, they get the equivalent addresses from an
"include" file specified during the compilation process. The final program only
has the memory addresses. Also since 1984, Apple has made press announcements
and other talk about getting rid of global variables, or at least making major
changes. This verbal noise was particularly evident when Switcher(tm) (later
MultiFinder(tm)) was released. It turns out that changing existing global
variables would create a mass confusion big enough to jeopardize the entire Mac
product line. Because all existing Mac software (system, application, DA, INIT,
etc.) depends on globals, even if the software doesn't access globals directly,
changing them would instantly invalidate the entire Mac software base. Apple can
not arbitrarily change the locations of these variables without creating
problems with just about every Macintosh program on the market. Because of this
restraining effect, Apple only makes improves existing variables or adds new
ones. A good example of this is the variable BootDrive (located at $210). Under
the original 64K ROM it contained the drive number where the boot floppy was
located. When HFS was introduced in 1986, BootDrive was changed to hold the
volume/directory reference number of the boot disk. This change made BootDrive
more useful now that hard disks are frequently used as the boot disk, yet
remains compatible with floppies.

I have attempted to give the most complete listings possible, drawing from
several sources. For instance, Apple's Inside Macintosh(tm) gives only a partial
listing of global variables in alphabetical order. My list is in memory address
order, which is better suited to debugging with MacsBug and other monitor-like
debuggers. The list also exposes "holes": locations Apple hasn't yet made
public. While compiling the list, I noticed some variables had more than one
name. From what I can decipher, many of these variables were used during the
original development of the Macintosh before its release in 1984 and fell into
disuse afterwards. Some even have strange names like "MonkeyLives" ($100) and
"MrMacHook" ($A2C). Microsoft even had a location named after it ($A78- now
ApplScratch), and a location was named after the infamous "Twiggy" 5.25-inch
floppy disk drives on the original Lisa (TwiggyVars, $128). Alternate names
appear probably because Apple re-used these locations for new variables while
developing the 128K ROM. Another good example is ROM85. Under the old 64K ROM,
this was an non-public location that held -1. Under all newer ROMs, this
location always holds a positive value.

In the following list, old names from the 64K ROM are noted by a star "*" in the
left column before their names. Note that certain sections of memory have
special names declared. These area-designators look like variables but are easy
to pick out- their size fields contain hyphens. All locations that haven't
been made public are marked with "[????]".

Defined Sizes: word = 2 bytes, long = 4 bytes

Name          Addr  Size  Description
------------  ----  ----  ------------------------------------------------------
SysCom        0100  -     start of System communication area
MonkeyLives   0100  word  monkey lives if nonzero
ScrVRes       0102  word  screen vertical dots/inch
ScrHRes       0104  word  screen horizontal dots/inch
ScreenRow     0106  word  rowBytes of screen
MemTop        0108  long  ptr to end of RAM
BufPtr        010C  long  ptr to end of jump table
StkLowPt      0110  long  lowest stack pointer value as measured in VBL task
HeapEnd       0114  long  ptr to end of application heap
TheZone       0118  long  ptr to current heap zone
UTableBase    011C  long  ptr to unit I/O table
MacJmp        0120  long  ptr to jump vector table used by MacsBug
DskRtnAdr     0124  long  temporary pointer used by Disk Driver
*TwiggyVars   0128  long  ptr to 'other' driver variables (Lisa 5.25" drive)
PollRtnAddr   0128  long  ptr to 'other' driver variables (Lisa 5.25" drive)
DskVerify     012C  byte  used by Mac 3.5" Disk Driver for read/verify
LoadTrap      012D  byte  trap before launch?
MmInOK        012E  byte  Initial Memory Manager checks ok?
*DskWr11      012F  byte  try 1-1 disk writes?
CPUFlag       012F  byte  code for installed CPU: 0=68000, 1=68010, 2=68020,
                          3=68030
ApplLimit     0130  long  address of application heap limit
SonyVars      0134  long  ptr to Mac 3.5" Disk Driver variables
PWMValue      0138  word  current PWM value
PollStack     013A  long  address of SCC poll data start stack location
PollProc      013E  long  ptr to SCC poll data procedure
DskErr        0142  word  disk routine result code
SysEvtMask    0144  word  system event mask
SysEvtBuf     0146  long  ptr to system event queue element buffer
EventQueue    014A  10    event queue header
EvtBufCnt     0154  word  maximum #of events in SysEvtBuf minus 1
RndSeed       0156  long  random number seed
SysVersion    015A  word  System file version number (e.g. System 4.1=$0410)
SEvtEnb       015C  byte  0 = SysEvent always returns FALSE
DSWndUpdate   015D  byte  GetNextEvent not to paint behind System error dialog?
FontFlag      015E  byte  font manager loop flag
Filler3       015F  byte  1 byte of filler
VBLQueue      0160  10    VBL queue header
Ticks         016A  long  Tick count: time since system startup (tick=1/60 sec)
MBTicks       016E  long  tick count when mouse button was last pressed
MBState       0172  byte  current mouse button state
Tocks         0173  byte  Lisa sub-tick count
KeyMap        0174  8     bitmap of the keyboard
KeypadMap     017C  long  bitmap for numeric keypad (uses 18 bits)
[????]        0180  long  
KeyLast       0184  word  ASCII code for last valid keycode
KeyTime       0186  long  tickcount when KEYLAST was received
KeyRepTime    018A  long  tick count when key was last repeated
KeyThresh     018E  word  threshold for key repeat
KeyRepThresh  0190  word  key repeat speed
Lv11DT        0192  32    Level-1 secondary interrupt vector table
Lv12DT        01B2  32    Level-2 secondary interrupt vector table
UnitNtryCnt   01D2  word  count of entries in unit table
VIA           01D4  long  base address of 6522 VIA chip 
SCCRd         01D8  long  addr of Z8530 SCC chip (used when reading the chip)
SCCWr         01DC  long  address of Z8530 SCC chip (used when writing the chip)
IWM           01E0  long  base address of IWM chip (floppy drive controller)
scratch20     01E4  20    general scratch area
SysParam      01F8  -     System parameter RAM vars (PRAM info)
SPValid       01F8  byte  validation: $A8 if last write to clock chip was good
SPATalkA      01F9  byte  AppleTalk node ID for modem port
SPATalkB      01FA  byte  AppleTalk node ID for printer port
SPConfig      01FB  byte  serial-port-in-use flags for both ports
SPPortA       01FC  word  modem port configuration (baud, parity, bits)
SPPortB       01FE  word  printer port configuration (baud, parity, bits)
SPAlarm       0200  long  alarm clock setting
SPFont        0204  word  font number of application font minus 1
*SPKbdPrint   0206  word  auto-key threshold/rate and printer connection
SPKbd         0206  byte  auto-key threshold and rate
SPPrint       0207  byte  printer connection
*SPVolClik    0208  word  speaker volume; double click and caret flash times
SPVolCtl      0208  byte  speaker volume
SPClikCaret   0209  byte  double click and caret flash times
SPMisc        020A  byte  reserved for future use
SPMisc2       020B  byte  mouse tracking, startup floppy drive, menu blink
Time          020C  long  current date/time (seconds since midnight 1 JAN 1904)
*BootDrive    0210  word  drive number of boot drive
BootDrive     0210  word  working directory reference number of boot disk
JShell        0212  word  journaling shell state
*Filler3A     0214  word  negative of vRefNum last seen by Standard File Package
SFSaveDisk    0214  word  negative of vRefNum last seen by Standard File Package
KbdVars       0216  -     Keyboard manager variables
[????]        0216  word  
KbdLast       0218  byte  ADB address of keyboard last used
[????]        0219  byte  
JKybdTask     021A  long  ptr to keyboard VBL task hook
KbdType       021E  byte  keyboard model number
AlarmState    021F  byte  alarm clock: Bit7=parity, Bit6=beeped, Bit0=enable
*CurIOTrap    0220  word  current I/O trap being executed
MemErr        0220  word  Memory Manager error code
DiskVars      0222  -     Disk driver variables (60 bytes)
[????]        0222  60     [Editor note: ignore this line]
FlEvtMask     025E  word  mask of flushable events (FlushEvents)
SdVolume      0260  byte  Current speaker volume (bits 0 through 2 only)
SdEnable      0261  byte  Sound enabled?
SoundVars     0262  -     Sound driver variables (32 bytes)
SoundPtr      0262  long  pointer to 4-voice sound definition (SynthRec)
SoundBase     0266  long  ptr to free-form sound definition (SynthRec)
SoundVBL      026A  16    vertical retrace control element
SoundDCE      027A  long  pointer to Sound Driver's device control entry
SoundActive   027E  byte  sound is active?
SoundLevel    027F  byte  current amplitude in 740-byte sound buffer
CurPitch      0280  word  current value of COUNT in square-wave SynthRec
SoundLast     0282  long  address past last sound variable
[????]        0286  long  
[????]        028A  long  
ROM85         028E  word  holds a positive value if 128K or later ROM in Mac
PortAUse      0290  byte  Port A usage: if zero, port available
PortBUse      0291  byte  Port B usage: if zero, port available
ScreenVars    0292  -     Screen driver variables (8 bytes)
[????]        0292  long  
[????]        0296  long  
JGNEFilter    029A  long  ptr to GetNextEvent filter procedure
Key1Trans     029E  long  ptr to keyboard translator procedure
Key2Trans     02A2  long  ptr to numeric keypad translator procedure
SysZone       02A6  long  starting address of system heap zone
ApplZone      02AA  long  starting address of application heap zone
ROMBase       02AE  long  base address of ROM (Trap Dispatcher)
RAMBase       02B2  long  base address of RAM (Trap Dispatcher)
BasicGlob     02B6  long  ptr to BASIC globals
DSAlertTab    02BA  long  ptr to system error alert table in use
ExtStsDT      02BE  16    External/status interrupt vector table
SCCASts       02CE  byte  SCC read register 0 last external/status interrupt - A
SCCBSts       02CF  byte  SCC read register 0 last external/status interrupt - B
SerialVars    02D0  -     async driver variables (16 bytes) 
[????]        02D0  long  
[????]        02D4  long  
ABusVars      02D8  long  ptr to AppleTalk variables
[????]        02DC  long  
FinderName    02E0  16    name of the shell, usually "Finder" (STRING[15])
DoubleTime    02F0  long  double click interval in ticks
CaretTime     02F4  long  caret blink interval in ticks
ScrDmpEnb     02F8  byte  screen dump enable - zero disables FKEY processing
ScrDmpType    02F9  byte  $FF dumps screen, $FE dumps front window (FKEY 4)
TagData       02FA  -     sector tag info for disk drivers (14 bytes)
[????]        02FA  word  
BufTgFNum     02FC  long  File tags buffer: file number
BufTgFFlg     0300  word  File tags buffer: flags (bit1=1 if resource fork)
BufTgFBkNum   0302  word  File tags buffer: logical block number
BufTgDate     0304  long  File tags buffer: last modification date/time
DrvQHdr       0308  10    queue header of drives in system
PWMBuf2       0312  long  ptr to PWM buffer 1 (or 2 if sound)
HpChk         0316  long  heap check RAM code
*MaskBC       031A  long  Memory Manager byte count mask
*MaskHandle   031A  long  Memory Manager handle mask
¥MaskPtr      031A  long  Memory Manager pointer mask
Lo3Bytes      031A  long  holds the constant $00FFFFFF
MinStack      031E  long  minimum stack size used in InitApplZone
DefltStack    0322  long  default size of stack
MMDefFlags    0326  word  default zone flags
GZRootHnd     0328  long  root handle for GrowZone
GZRootPtr     032C  long  root pointer for GrowZone
GZMoveHnd     0330  long  moving handle for GrowZone
DSDrawProc    0334  long  ptr to alternate system error draw procedure
EjectNotify   0338  long  ptr to eject notify procedure
IAZNotify     033C  long  ptr to world swaps notify procedure
FileVars      0340  -     file system vars (184 bytes)
CurDB/CkdDB   0340  word  current dir block/used for searches
*FSCallAsync  0342  word  "One byte free"
NxtDB         0342  word  
MaxDB         0344  word  
FlushOnly     0346  byte  flag used by UnMountVol and FlushVol
RegRsrc       0347  byte  flag used by OpenRF and FileOpen
FLckUnlck     0348  byte  flag used by SetFilLock and RstFilLock
FrcSync       0349  byte  when set, all file system calls are synchronized
NewMount      034A  byte  used by MountVol to flag new mounts
NoEject       034B  byte  used by Eject and Offline
DrMstrBlk     034C  word  master directory block in a volume
HFS Globals   034E  -     HFS global variables (168 bytes)
FCBSPtr       034E  long  ptr to file control block buffer
DefVCBPtr     0352  long  ptr to default volume control block
VCBQHdr       0356  10    volume control block queue header
FSQHdr        0360  10    file I/O queue header
HFSVars       036A  -     Start of TFS variables (RAM version)
HFSStkTop     036A  long  Temp location of stack ptr during async calls
HFSStkPtr     036E  long  Temporary location of HFS stack ptr
WDCBsPtr      0372  long  Working Directory queue header
HFSFlags      0376  byte  Internal HFS flags
*SysCRefCnt   0377  byte  system cache usage count (#of vols)
CacheFlag     0377  byte  system cache usage count now used as cache flag
SysBMCPtr     0378  long  System-wide bitmap cache pointer
SysVolCPtr    037C  long  System-wide volume cache pointer
SysCtlCPtr    0380  long  System-wide control cache pointer
DefVRefNum    0384  word  Default volume's VRefNum/WDRefNum
PMSPPtr       0386  long  ptr to list of directories on PMSP
HFSDSErr      0392  word  Final gasp - error that caused IOErr
HFSVarEnd     0394  -     End of HFS variable area
CacheVars     0394  8     
CurDirStore   0398  word  ID of last directory opened
[????]        039A  word  
CacheCom      039C  long  
[????]        03A0  word  
ErCode        03A2  word  report errors here during async routines
Params        03A4  -     File Mgr I/O ParamBlock (50 bytes)
[????]        03A4  50     
FSTemp8       03D6  8     used by Rename
*FSTemp4      03DE  word  used by Rename and CkFilMod
FSIOErr       03DE  word  last I/O error
[????]        03E0  word  
FSQueueHook   03E2  long  ptr to hook to capture all FS calls
ExtFSHook     03E6  long  ptr to command done hook
DskSwtchHook  03EA  long  ptr to hook for disk-switch dialog
ReqstVol      03EE  long  ptr to offline or external file system volume VCB
ToExtFS       03F2  long  ptr to external file system
FSVarEnd      03F6  -     end of file system variables
FSFCBLen      03F6  word  size of file control block; holds -1 on 64K ROM Macs
DSAlertRect   03F8  8     rectangle for system error and disk-switch alerts

*DispatchTab  0400  1024  OS & Toolbox trap dispatch table (64K ROM) (512 words)
OSDispTable   0400  1024  OS trap dispatch table(128K and later ROM) (256 longs)

Name          Addr  Size  Description
------------  ----  ----  ------------------------------------------------------
GRAFBEGIN     0800  -     graf (QuickDraw) global area
JHideCursor   0800  long  
JShowCursor   0804  long  
JShieldCursor 0808  long  
JScrnAddr     080C  long  
JScrnSize     0810  long  
JInitCrsr     0814  long  
JSetCrsr      0818  long  
JCrsrObscure  081C  long  
JUpdateProc   0820  long  
LGrafJump     0824  long  
GrafVar       0824  -     QuickDraw variables
ScrnBase      0824  long  base address of main screen
MTemp         0828  long  low-level interrupt mouse location
RawMouse      082C  long  un-jerked mouse coordinates
NMouse        0830  long  processed mouse coordinate
CrsrPin       0834  8     cursor pinning rectangle
CrsrRect      083C  8     cursor hit rectangle
TheCrsr       0844  68    cursor data, mask & hotspot
CrsrAddr      0888  long  address of data under cursor
*CrsrSave     088C  64    data under the cursor [Editor's note: 64K ROM only]
CrsrSave      088C  long  ptr to data under the cursor
[????]        0890  20    
MainDevice    08A4  long  handle to current main device
DeviceList    08A8  long  handle to first element in device list
[????]        08AC  long  
QDColors      08B0  28    default QuickDraw colors
CrsrVis       08CC  byte  cursor visible?
CrsrBusy      08CD  byte  cursor locked out?
CrsrNew       08CE  byte  cursor changed?
CrsrCouple    08CF  byte  cursor coupled to mouse?
CrsrState     08D0  word  cursor nesting level
CrsrObscure   08D2  byte  Cursor obscure semaphore
CrsrScale     08D3  byte  cursor scaled?
[????]        08D4  word  
MouseMask     08D6  long  V-H mask for ANDing with mouse
MouseOffset   08DA  long  V-H offset for adding after ANDing
JournalFlag   08DE  word  journaling state
JSwapFont     08E0  long  jump entry for FMSwapFont
*JFontInfo    08E4  long  jump entry for FMFontMetrics
WidthListHand 08E4  long  handle to a list of handles of recently-used width
                          tables
JournalRef    08E8  word  Journalling driver's refnum
[????]        08EA  word  
CrsrThresh    08EC  word  delta threshold for mouse scaling
JCrsrTask     08EE  long  address of CrsrVBLTask
GRAFEND       08F2  -     End of graphics globals
WWExist       08F2  byte  window manager initialized?
DExist        08F3  byte  QuickDraw is initialized
JFetch        08F4  long  ptr to fetch-a-byte routine for drivers
JStash        08F8  long  ptr to stash-a-byte routine for drivers
JIODone       08FC  long  ptr to IODone routine for drivers
LoadVars      0900  -     Segment Loader variables (68 bytes)
CurApRefNum   0900  word  refNum of current application's resFile
LaunchFlag    0902  byte  Tells whether Launch or Chain was last called
[????]        0903  byte  
CurrentA5     0904  long  current value of register A5
CurStackBase  0908  long  ptr to the base (beginning) of the stack
[????]        090C  long  
CurApName     0910  32    name of current application (STRING[31])
SaveSegHandle 0930  long  handle to segment 0 (CODE 0)
CurJTOffset   0934  word  current jump table offset from register A5
CurPageOption 0936  word  current page 2 configuration (screen/sound buffers)
HiliteMode    0938  word  set to -1 if hilighting mode is on, 0 otherwise
LoaderPBlock  093A  10    param block for ExitToShell
*PrintVars    0944  16    print code variables
*LastLGlobal  0944  long  address past last loader global
PrintErr      0944  word  Print Manager error code
[????]        0946  14    
*CoreEditVars 0954  12    core edit variables
LastPGlobal   0954  long  address of last printer global
[????]        0958  long  
[????]        095C  long  
scrapVars     0960  -     Scrap Manager variables (32 bytes)
*scrapInfo    0960  long  scrap length
scrapSize     0960  long  scrap length
scrapHandle   0964  long  handle to RAM scrap
scrapCount    0968  word  count changed by ZeroScrap
scrapState    096A  word  scrap state: tells if scrap exists in RAM or on disk
scrapName     096C  long  pointer to scrap file name (normally "Clipboard File")
scrapTag      0970  16    scrap file name (STRING[15])
scrapEnd      0980  -     End of scrap vars
ToolGBase     0980  -     base address of toolbox globals
ToolVars      0980  -     toolbox variables
RomFont0      0980  long  handle to system font
*ApFontID     0984  word  resource ID of application font
ApFontID      0984  word  font number of application font
GotStrike     0986  byte  Do we have the strike?
FMDefaultSize 0987  byte  default size
*CurFMInput   0988  long  ptr to QuickDraw FMInput record
CurFMFamily   0988  word  current font family
CurFMSize     098A  word  current font size
CurFMFace     098C  byte  current font face
CurFMNeedBits 098D  byte  boolean telling whether it needs strike
CurFMDevice   098E  word  current font device
CurFMNumer    0990  long  current numerator of scale factor
CurFMDenom    0994  long  current denominator of scale factor
FMgrOutRec    0998  long  ptr to QuickDraw FontOutput record
FOutError     0998  word  Font Manager error code
TFOutFontHandle 099A long handle to font bits
FOutBold      099E  byte  bolding factor
FOutItalic    099F  byte  italic factor
FOutULOffset  09A0  byte  underline offset
FOutULShadow  09A1  byte  underline halo
FOutULThick   09A2  byte  underline thickness
FOutShadow    09A3  byte  shadow factor
FOutExtra     09A4  byte  extra horizontal width
FOutAscent    09A5  byte  height above baseline
FOutDescent   09A6  byte  height below baseline
FOutWidMax    09A7  byte  maximum width of character
FOutLeading   09A8  byte  space between lines
FOutUnused    09A9  byte  unused (padding) byte -must have even number
FOutNumer     09AA  long  point for numerators of scale factor
FOutDenom     09AE  long  point for denominators of scale factor
FMDotsPerInch 09B2  long  h,v dotsPerInch (resolution) of current device
FMStyleTab    09B6  24    style heuristic table given by device
ToolScratch   09CE  8     scratch area
WindowList    09D6  long  ptr to Z-ordered linked list of windows
SaveUpdate    09DA  word  Enable update events?
PaintWhite    09DC  word  erase windows before update event?
WMgrPort      09DE  long  ptr to window manager's grafport
DeskPort      09E2  long  ptr to Desk grafPort (Whole screen)
OldStructure  09E6  long  handle to saved structure region
OldContent    09EA  long  handle to saved content region
GrayRgn       09EE  long  handle to rounded-corner region drawn as the desktop
SaveVisRgn    09F2  long  handle to temporarily saved visRegion
DragHook      09F6  long  ptr to user hook called during dragging
scratch8      09FA  8     general scratch area
TempRect      09FA  8     scratch rectangle
OneOne        0A02  long  holds the constant $00010001
MinusOne      0A06  long  holds the constant $FFFFFFFF
TopMenuItem   0A0A  word  pixel value of top of scrollable menu
AtMenuBottom  0A0C  word  flag for menu scrolling
IconBitmap    0A0E  14    scratch bitmap used for plotting things
MenuList      0A1C  long  handle to current menuBar list structure
MBarEnable    0A20  word  menuBar enable for desk acc's that own the menu bar
CurDeKind     0A22  word  window kind of deactivated window
MenuFlash     0A24  word  flash feedback count
TheMenu       0A26  word  resource ID of hilited menu
SavedHandle   0A28  long  handle to data under a menu
*MrMacHook    0A2C  long  Mr. Macintosh hook
MBarHook      0A2C  long  ptr to MenuSelect hook called before menu is drawn
MenuHook      0A30  long  ptr to user hook called during MenuSelect
DragPattern   0A34  8     pattern used to draw outlines of dragged regions
DeskPattern   0A3C  8     pattern used for the desktop
DragFlag      0A44  word  implicit parameter to DragControl
CurDragAction 0A46  long  ptr to implicit actionProc for dragControl
FPState       0A4A  6     floating point state
TopMapHndl    0A50  long  handle to map of most recently opened resource file
SysMapHndl    0A54  long  handle to map of System resourc file
SysMap        0A58  word  reference number of System resource file
CurMap        0A5A  word  reference number of current resource file
ResReadOnly   0A5C  word  Read-only flag
ResLoad       0A5E  word  Auto-load feature
ResErr        0A60  word  Resource Manager error code
TaskLock      0A62  byte  re-entering SystemTask
FScaleDisable 0A63  byte  disable font scaling?
CurActivate   0A64  long  ptr to window slated for activate event
CurDeactive   0A68  long  ptr to window slated for deactivate event
DeskHook      0A6C  long  ptr to hook for painting the desk
TEDoText      0A70  long  ptr to textEdit doText proc hook
TERecal       0A74  long  ptr to textEdit recalText proc hook
*MicroSoft    0A78  12    ApplScratch - for Seattle font
ApplScratch   0A78  12    application scratch area
GhostWindow   0A84  long  ptr to window never to be considered frontmost
CloseOrnHook  0A88  long  ptr to hook for closing desk ornaments
ResumeProc    0A8C  long  ptr to Resume procedure (System error dialog)
SaveProc      0A90  long  address of Save failsafe procedure
SaveSP        0A94  long  Safe stack ptr for restart or save
ANumber       0A98  word  resID of last alert
ACount        0A9A  word  number of times last alert was called (0 through 3)
DABeeper      0A9C  long  ptr to current beep routine
DAStrings     0AA0  16    paramText substitution strings (4 handles)
TEScrpLengt   0AB0  long  textEdit Scrap Length
TEScrpHandl   0AB4  long  handle to textEdit Scrap
AppPacks      0AB8  32    Handles to PACK resources (ID's from 0 to 7)
SysResName    0AD8  20    name of system resource file (STRING[19])
AppParmHandle 0AEC  long  handle to hold application parameters
DSErrCode     0AF0  word  last (or current) system error alert ID
ResErrProc    0AF2  long  ptr to Resource Manager error procedure
TEWdBreak     0AF6  long  ptr to default word break routine
DlgFont       0AFA  word  current font number for dialogs and alerts
LastTGLobal   0AFC  long  address of last global


The contents of memory locations from $B00 on up depend on the ROM version installed. 

* 64K ROM Macs:    these Macs have a single trap dispatch table located at $400
                   through $7FF. The system heap begins at $B00, leaving no room
                   for additional globals.

* 128K and later ROM:   the original trap dispatch table at $400 through $7FF
                   was converted for use by the Operating System, and a second
                   trap dispatch table for Toolbox traps was created at $C00.
                   Its length is 2K on the Mac Plus and SE, and 4K on the SE/30
                   and II series. The intervening space from $B00 through $BFF
                   was reserved for new global variables. Note that some globals
                   were defined within the trap table, with addresses above
                   $C00. While I do not understand why Apple did this, the
                   effect is that a few table entries have been pre-empted,
                   reducing the table's capacity. As explained in the Trap
                   Dispatcher section below, each A-trap expects a routine
                   address to be stored in the trap table. Since some of these
                   locations were used for globals, the affected A-traps cannot
                   be used (more on this later).


Name          Addr  Size  Description
------------  ----  ----  ------------------------------------------------------
*HeapStart    0B00  -     start of the System Heap on 64K ROM Macs

TrapAgain     0B00  long  use 4 bytes here for another trap
[????]        0B04  word  
ROMMapHndl    0B06  long  handle to ROM resource map
PWMBuf1       0B0A  long  ptr to PWM buffer
BootMask      0B0E  word  needed during boot
WidthPtr      0B10  long  ptr to global width table
AtalkHk1      0B14  long  ptr to Appletalk hook 1
AtalkHk2      0B18  long  ptr to Appletalk hook 2
[????]        0B1C  long  
[????]        0B20  word  
HWCfgFlags    0B22  word  hardware configuration flags (two names for this
                          global)
SCSIFlag      0B22  word  SCSI configuration word (bit 15=1 if SCSI installed)
[????]        0B24  6     
WidthTabHandle0B2A  long  handle to global width table
[????]        0B2E  6     
BtDskRfn      0B34  word  boot drive driver reference number
BootTmp8      0B36  8   temporary space needed by StartBoot
[????]        0B3E  byte  
T1Arbitrate   0B3F  byte  holds $FF if Timer T1 up for grabs
[????]        0B40  20    
MenuDisable   0B54  long  resID and menuItem of last chosen menu item
[????]        0B58  40    
 0B80  -   switched variables (128 bytes)
RMGRHiVars    0B80  -     RMGR variables (32 bytes)
[????]        0B80  14    
RomMapInsert  0B9E  byte  flag: insert [resource] map to the ROM resources
TmpResLoad    0B9F  byte  temp SetResLoad state for calls using ROMMapInsert
IntlSpec      0BA0  long  international software installed if not -1
[????]        0BA4  word  
SysFontFam    0BA6  word  if nonzero, the font # for system font
SysFontSize   0BA8  word  if nonzero, the system font size 
MBarHeight    0BAA  word  pixel height of menu bar 
[????]        0BAC  long  
NewUnused     0BC0  word  formerly FlEvtMask
LastFOND      0BC2  long  handle to last family record used
[????]        0BC4  48    
FractEnable   0BF4  byte  enables fractional widths if not zero
[????]        0BF5  byte  
[????]        0BF6  10    

ToolDispTable 0C00  2048  Toolbox trap dispatch table (Mac Plus & SE)
ToolDispTable 0C00  4096  Toolbox trap dispatch table (Mac II series and SE/30)

HeapStart     1400  -     Start of system heap (Mac Plus & SE)
HeapStart     1C00  -     Start of system heap (Mac II series and SE/30)

Locations defined within the trap dispatch tables:

JADBProc      06B8  long  ptr to ADBReInit pre-/post-processing routine
MMU32Bit      0CB2  byte  current address mode
TheGDevice    0CC8  long  handle to current active device
AuxWinHead    0CD0  long  auxiliary window list header
JVBLTask      0D28  long  jump vector to DoVBLTask routine
SynListHandle 0D32  long  handle to synthetic font list
MenuCInfo     0D50  [??]  menu color info table header
DTQueue       0D92  10    deferred task queue header
JDTInstall    0D9C  long  jump vector to DTInstall routine
HiliteRGB     0DA0  [??]  default hilighting color


These variables pre-empt the following A-traps (in same order as lost above):
   A0AE (unassigned),
   A82C (Pack10), 
   A832 (unassigned),
   A834 (SetFScaleDisable),
   A94A (SetMFlash),
   A954 (NewControl),
   A964 through A968 (SetMinCtl, SetMaxCtl, TestControl, DragControl,
        TrackControl).
Note that many of these traps are assigned to ROM calls that have existed since
1984. After checking these locations myself, they appear to be set up for these
traps, not as global variables. Until I can verify the accuracy of my source
list, treat this group of variables with extreme caution. [Editor's note: this
has never been verified.]


PART 2A

MC68000-series Microprocessor Exception Errors


Code    Description                     Code    Description
------  ----------------------------    ------  ----------------------------
$00     reset: initial stack pointer    $3C     uninitialized interrupt
$04     reset: initial program counter  $40-5F  [reserved by Motorola]
$08     bus error                       $60     spurious interrupt
$0C     address error                   $64     level 1 interrupt - VIA (SY6522)
$10     illegal instruction             $68     level 2 interrupt - SCC (Z8530)
$14     zero divide                     $6C     level 3 interrupt - VIA and SCC
                                                together
$18     CHK bounds check failed         $70     level 4 interrupt - debug switch
$1C     TRAPV overflow trap             $74     level 5 interrupt - debug switch
                                                and VIA
$20     priveleged instruction          $78     level 6 interrupt - debug switch
                                                and SCC
$24     trace mode                      $7C     level 7 interrupt - debug switch
                                                VIA, SCC (all 3 together)
$28     $Axxx Trap dispatcher           $80-BF  TRAP instruction vectors
$2C     $Fxxx coprocessor instructions  $C0-FF  [reserved by Motorola]
$30-3B  [reserved by Motorola]          $100-3FF user interrupt vectors

(Mac global vars)

PART 2B

Macintosh(R) System Errors

NOTE: Certain MC68000 exceptions listed in part A will generate equivalent
      system errors.

Code    Description                     Code    Description
------  ----------------------------    ------  ----------------------------
1       bus (illegal hardware address)  18      PACK 1 not found (reserved)
2       address                         19      PACK 2 not found (Disk Init)
3       illegal instruction             20      PACK 3 not found (Standard File)
4       zero divide                     21      PACK 4 not found (Floating-pt)
5       CHK bounds check failed         22      PACK 5 not found (Transcendental
                                                math functions)
6       TRAPV overflow trap             23      PACK 6 not found (International
                                                Utils)
7       privileged instruction          24      PACK 7 not found (Binary/Decimal
                                                Package)
8       trace mode                      25      out of memory
9       line 1010 trap (A-trap)         26      segment loader: can't start appl
10      line 1111 trap (F-trap)         27      "System" resource file map was
                                                clobbered
11      misc hardware exception         28      stack overran the appl heap
12      unimplemented core routine      30      "Please insert the disk: " alert
        (bad trap)
13      uninstalled interrupt           31      wrong disk (switch disk alert)
        (debug/interrupt switch)
14      IO core                         40      "Welcome to Macintosh" alert
15      segment loader: no such CODE    41      "Can't load the Finder" alert
        resource
16      floating point                  42      "You may turn off your
                                                Macintosh" alert
17      PACK 0 not found (List Manager) 32767   General system error


The following system errors are reported under all ROM versions except the original 64K ROM:

32      Memory Manager: current zone is inconsistent
33      Memory Manager: value of ZcbFree is negative
51      Slot Manager: unserviceable slot interrupt
81      SANE: bad opcode passed to FP68K routine
84      Menu Manager: menu resource has been purged
85      Menu Manager: can't find menu bar
86      Menu Manager: hierarchical menu error
99      HFS stack overflowed


PART 2C

Toolbox and Operating System Errors


The errors in this section are generated by the various Mac system routines,
either at the Operating System level or at the higher Toolbox level. These
errors are then passed to the program (application, DA, INIT, etc.) which called
the system routine. It is up to the program to handle these errors.


Printing Manager Error

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   128  iPrAbort          Printing Manager: user aborted printing

Slot Manager Initialization Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
    14  sdmPriInitErr     initialize error: installed cards
    13  sdmPRAMInitErr    initialize error: Slot PRAM
    12  sdmSRTInitErr     initialize error: Slot Resource Table
    11  sdmInitErr        initialize error: SDM
    10  sdmJTInitErr      initialize error: SDM Jump Table
     3  siInitSPTblErr    initialize error: slot priority table
     2  siInitVBLQsErr    initialize error: slot VBL queues
     1  siInitSDTblErr    initialize error: slot interrupt dispatch table

SCSI Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
    10  scComplPhaseErr   SCSIComplete failed; bus not in status phase
     9  scBusTOErr        bus timed out before data was ready for SCSI "blind"
                          operations SCSIRBlind and SCSIWBlind
     8  scSequenceErr     current operation was started out of proper sequence
     7  scMgrBusyErr      SCSI Manager busy when SCSIGet was called
     6  scCompareErr      SCSI Manager busy when SCSIGet was called
     5  scPhaseErr        bus in wrong phase for attempted operation
     4  scBadparmsErr     bad parameter or TIB opcode
     3  scArbNBErr        arbitration failed during SCSIGet; bus busy
     2  scCommErr         communications error (operations timeout)

Miscellaneous Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
     1  evtNotEnb         event type not defined in system event mask
     0  noErr             the operation was completed normally
    -1  qErr              queue element not found during deletion
    -1  iPrSavPFil        Printing Manager: saving spool file
    -2  vTypErr           invalid queue element
    -3  corErr            [obsolete] core routine number out of range
    -4  unimpErr          [obsolete] unimplemented core routine
    -8  seNoDB            no debugger installed to handle debugger traps

Color Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
    -9  iTabPurgErr       [no description available]
                          generated by: Color2Index/ITabMatch
   -10  noColMatch        [no description available]
                          generated by: Color2Index/ITabMatch
   -11  qAllocErr         [no description available] generated by: MakeITable
   -12  tblAllocErr       [no description available] generated by: MakeITable
   -13  overRun           [no description available] generated by: MakeITable
   -14  noRoomErr         [no description available] generated by: MakeITable
   -15  seOutOfRange      [no description available] generated by: SetEntry
   -16  seProtErr         [no description available] generated by: SetEntry
   -17  i2CRangeErr       [no description available] generated by: SetEntry
   -18  gdBadDev          [no description] generated by: SetEntry
   -19  reRangeErr        [no description] generated by: SetEntry
   -20  seInvRequest      [no description] generated by: SetEntry
   -21  seNoMemErr        [no description] generated by: SetEntry

Device Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   -17  controlErr        driver can't handle control calls
   -18  statusErr         driver can't handle status calls
   -19  readErr           driver can't handle read calls
   -20  writErr           driver can't handle write calls
   -21  badUnitErr        driver refnum isn't in unit table
   -22  unitEmptyErr      driver refnum unit table entry is an empty (zero)
                          handle
   -23  openErr           R/W permission conflicts with open permission
   -23  openErr           couldn't open RAM serial driver (64K ROM)
   -24  closeErr          [obsolete]
   -25  dRemovErr         tried to remove an open driver
   -26  dInstErr          DrvrInstall couldn't find driver in resource file
   -27  abortErr          IO call aborted by KillIO
   -27  iIOAbort          Printing Manager: I/O abort error
   -28  notOpenErr        driver not open
   -29  unitTblFullErr    unit table full
   -30  dceExtErr         dce extension error

File System Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   -33  dirFulErr         MFS directory full
   -34  dskFulErr         disk full
   -35  nsvErr            no such volume
   -36  ioErr             I/O error
   -37  bdNamErr          bad name (name is zero-length or contains a colon)
   -38  fnOpnErr          file not open
   -39  eofErr            end of file reached during a read
   -40  posErr            tried to position before start of file
   -41  memErr            [obsolete] memory full on open
   -42  tmfoErr           too many files open
   -43  fnfErr            file not found
   -44  wPrErr            disk is locked (hardware)
   -45  fLckdErr          file is locked
   -46  vLckdErr          disk is locked (software)
   -47  fBsyErr           file busy (delete); one or more files are open
   -48  dupFNErr          file with same name & version# already exists
   -49  opWrErr           file already open with write permission
   -50  paramErr          error in user parameter list (plus other errors)
                          File Manager: no such disk (and no default disk
                          exists)
                          Disk Driver: bad positioning information
                          Disk Init Package: bad drive number
   -51  rfNumErr          refnum specifies a nonexistent access path
   -52  gfpErr            error during Get file position call (GetFPos)
   -53  volOffLinErr      volume not online (was ejected)
   -54  permErr           tried to open a locked file for writing
   -55  volOnLinErr       volume already in drive
   -56  nsDrvErr          no such drive (specified drive number not in drive
                          queue)
   -57  noMacDskErr       not a Mac diskette; disk doesn't have Mac directory
   -58  extFSErr          volume belongs to an external file system
   -59  fsRnErr           rename ran into problems
   -60  badMDBErr         bad master directory block - reinit the disk!
   -61  wrPermErr         access path doesn't allow writing

Font Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   -64  fontDecError      error during font declaration
   -65  fontNotDeclared   font not declared
   -66  fontSubErr        font substitution occured

Disk Errors (range: -64 through -84 inclusive)

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   -64  lastDskErr        last of the low-level disk errors (in reverse order)
   -64  noDriveErr        drive not installed/connected
   -65  offLinErr         operation requested for an offline disk
   -66  noNybErr          couldn't find 5 nibbles in 200 tries (blank disk)
   -67  noAdrMkErr        couldn't find address mark
   -68  dataVerErr        read-verify compare failed
   -69  badCksmErr        address mark checksum didn't check
   -70  badBtSlpErr       bad address mark bit slip nibbles
   -71  noDtaMkErr        couldn't find a data mark header
   -72  badDCksum         bad data mark checksum
   -73  badDBtSlp         bad data mark bit slip nibbles
   -74  wrUnderrun        write underrun occurred
   -75  cantStepErr       step handshake failed (drive fault)
   -76  tk0BadErr         can't find track 0
   -77  initIWMErr        unable to initialize IWM (disk controller chip)
   -78  twoSideErr        tried to read 2nd side on a single sided drive
   -79  spdAdjErr         unable to correctly adjust 400K drive speed
   -80  seekErr           track number bad on address mark (drive fault)
   -81  sectNFErr         sector not found on track
   -82  fmt1Err           can't find sector 0 after track format
   -83  fmt2Err           can't get enough sync
   -84  verErr            track failed to verify
   -84  firstDskErr       first of the low-level disk errors (in reverse order)

Clock Chip Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   -85  clkRdErr          unable to read clock
   -86  clkWrErr          time written did not verify
   -87  prWrErr           Parameter RAM written didn't verify
   -88  prInitErr         InitUtil found the PRAM uninitialized (status not $A8)

Device Driver Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   -89  rcvrErr           [obsolete] SCC receiver error (framing, parity, OR)
   -90  breakRecd         [obsolete] Break received (SCC)

AppleTalk Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   -91  ddpSktErr         DDP socket error: socket already active; not a known
                          socket; socket table full; all dynamic socket numbers
                          in use
   -92  ddpLenErr         DDP datagram or ALAP data too long
   -93  noBridgeErr       no such bridge
   -94  lapProtErr        ALAP protocol errors, attach or detach
   -95  excessCollsns     ALAP too many (over 32) collisions or line sensed in
                          use
   -97  portInUse         driver open error: port is already in use
   -98  portNotCf         driver open error: port not configured for this
                          connection

Memory Manager Errors (not available on 64K ROM)

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
   -99  memROZErr         hard error in read-only zone
   -99  memROZWarn        soft error in read-only zone

Scrap Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
  -100  noScrapErr        no scrap exists
  -102  noTypeErr         no data of that type in scrap

Memory Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
  -108  memFullErr        not enough room in heap zone
  -109  nilHandleErr      NIL (zero) master pointer (handle is empty)
  -110  memAdrErr         [obsolete] address was odd or out of range
  -111  memWZErr          attempt to operate on a free block
  -112  memPurErr         attempt to purge a locked or non-purgable block
  -113  memAZErr          [obsolete] address in zone check failed
  -114  memPCErr          [obsolete] pointer check failed
  -115  memBCErr          [obsolete] block check failed
  -116  memSCErr          [obsolete] size check failed
  -117  memLockedErr      block is locked

File System Errors (not available on 64K ROM)

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
  -120  dirNFErr          directory not found
  -121  tmwdoErr          too many working directories open
  -122  badMovErr         tried to move into offspring
  -123  wrgVolTypErr      tried to do an HFS operation on a nonHFS volume 
  -124  volGoneErr        Server volume has been disconnected
  -126  mBarNFnd          Menu Manager: MBDF not found
  -127  hMenuFindErr      could not find Hierarchical menu's parent (MenuKey)
  -127  fsDSIntErr        internal file system fault

 Color Quickdraw & Color Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
  -150  cMatchErr         Color2Index failed to find an index
  -151  cTempMemErr       failed to allocate memory for temporary structures
  -152  cNoMemErr         failed to allocate memory for structure
  -153  cRangeErr         range error on colorTable request
  -154  cProtectErr       colorTable entry protection violation
  -155  cDevErr           invalid graphics device type
  -156  cResErr           invalid resolution for MakeITable

Resource Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
  -192  resNotFound       resource not found
  -193  resFNotFound      resource file not found
  -194  addResFailed      AddResource failed
  -195  addRefFailed      [obsolete] AddReference failed
  -196  rmvResFailed      RmveResource failed
  -197  rmvRefFailed      [obsolete] RmveReference failed

  Resource Manager Errors (not available on 64K ROM)

  -198  resAttrErr        attribute prohibits the operation
  -199  mapReadErr        resource map is garbled

Sound Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
  -200  noHardware        supporting hardware for selected synthesizer doesn't
                          exist
  -201  notEnoughHardware no more channels for selected synthesizer
  -203  queueFull         queue is full
  -204  resProblem        problems encountered while loading resource
  -205  badChannel        bad channel queue length
  -206  badFormat         bad handle to 'snd ' resource

Slot Manager Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
  -290  smSDMInitErr      SDM could not be initialized.
  -290  smSRTInitErr      Slot Resource Table could not be initialized.
  -290  smPRAMInitErr     Slot Resource Table could not be initialized.
  -290  smPriInitErr      Cards could not be initialized.
  -300  smEmptySlot       No card in slot
  -301  smCRCFail         CRC check failed for declaration data
  -302  smFormatErr       bad FHeader format in declaration ROM
  -303  smRevisionErr     bad revison number in declaration ROM
  -304  smNoDir           Directory offset is zero
  -305  smLWTstBad        Long Word Test field was not $5A932BC7.
  -306  smNosInfoArray    SDM couldn't obtain memory for the sInfo array
  -307  smResrvErr        Reserved field not zero (fatal error)
  -308  smUnExBusErr      Unexpected bus error occurred
  -309  smBLFieldBad      bad ByteLanes field
  -310  smFHBlockRdErr    FHeader block couldn't be read
  -311  smFHBlkDispErr    FHeader block couldn't be deleted (disposed of)
  -312  smDisposePErr     _DisposPointer error
  -313  smNoBoardsRsrc    No Board sResource.
  -314  smGetPRErr        Error occured during _sGetPRAMRec (See SIMStatus)
  -315  smNoBoardId       No Board ID
  -316  smIntStatVErr     The InitStatus_V field was negative after primary init
  -317  smIntTblVErr      Slot Resource Table initialization failed
  -318  smNoJmpTbl        SDM jump table could not be created
  -319  smBadBoardId      bad Board ID, re-init the PRAM record
  -320  smBusErrTO        BusError timeout
  -330  smBadRefId        Reference ID not found in List
  -331  smBadsList        ID's in sList aren't in ascending order
  -332  smReservedErr     Reserved field not zero
  -333  smCodeRevErr      Code revision is wrong (sExec)
  -334  smCPUErr          CPU field is wrong (sExec)
  -335  smsPointerNil     sPointer is zero: no sList specified
  -336  smNilsBlockErr    Nil (zero-length) sBlock error
  -337  smSlotOOBErr      Slot out of bounds error
  -338  smSelOOBErr       Selector out of bounds error
  -339  smNewPErr         _NewPointer error
  -340  smBlkMoveErr      _BlockMove error
  -341  smCkStatusErr     bad slot status (InitStatus_A,V)
  -342  smGetDrvrNamErr   Error occured during _sGetDrvrName.
  -343  smDisDrvrNamErr   Error occured during _sDisDrvrName.
  -344  smNoMoresRsrcs    No more sResources
  -345  smsGetDrvrErr     Error occurred during _sGetDrvr
  -346  smBadsPtrErr      Bad sPointer was passed to an SDM routine
  -347  smByteLanesErr    bad byteLanes value was passed to an SDM routine
  -348  smOffsetErr       Offset was too big
  -349  smNoGoodOpens     No opens were successful in the loop.
  -350  smSRTOvrFlErr     sResource table overflowed
  -351  smRecNotFnd       Record not found in the sResource table

Slot Manager Error

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
  -360  slotNumErr        bad slot number

AppleTalk Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
 -1024  nbpBuffOvr        NBP buffer overflow
 -1025  nbpNoConfirm      NBP name not confirmed
 -1026  nbpConfDiff       NBP name confirmed for different socket
 -1027  nbpDuplicate      NBP duplicate name found
 -1028  nbpNotFound       NBP name does not exist
 -1029  nbpNISErr         NBP names information socket error 
 -1066  aspBadVersNum     Server cannot support this ASP version
 -1067  aspBufTooSmall    Buffer too small
 -1068  aspNoMoreSess     No more sessions on server
 -1069  aspNoServers      No servers at that address
 -1070  aspParamErr       Parameter error
 -1071  aspServerBusy     Server cannot open another session
 -1073  aspSessClosed     Session closed
 -1073  aspSizeErr        Command block too big
 -1074  aspTooMany        Too many clients (server error)
 -1075  aspNoAck          No ACK on attention request (server err)
 -1096  reqFailed         ATPSndRequest failed: retry count exhausted
 -1097  tooManyReqs       ATP too many concurrent requests
 -1098  tooManySkts       ATP too many responding sockets
 -1099  badATPSkt         ATP bad responding socket
 -1100  badBuffNum        ATP bad sequence number
 -1101  noRelErr          ATP no release received
 -1102  cbNotFound        ATP control block does not exist
 -1103  noSendResp        ATPAddRsp issued before ATPSndRsp
 -1104  noDataArea        too many active ATP calls
 -1105  reqAborted        request was aborted

Application Errors (range: -2000 through -2999 inclusive)

    reserved for use by the current application


AppleTalk Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
 -3101  buf2SmallErr      DDP datagram or ALAP frame too big for buffer
 -3102  noMPPErr          MPP driver not installed
 -3103  cksumErr          DDP bad checksum
 -3104  extractErr        NBP tuple doesn't exist in buffer
 -3105  readQErr          socket or protocol type bad or doesn't exist in table
 -3106  atpLenErr         ATP response message too long
 -3107  atpBadRsp         bad response from ATPRequest
 -3108  recNotFnd         ABRecord doesn't exist
 -3109  sktClosedErr      async call aborted before completion: socket was 
closed


Printing Manager Errors (occur with Laserwriters)

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
 -4096  [no name declared] no free Connect Control Blocks available
 -4097  [no name declared] bad connection refNum
 -4098  [no name declared] request already active
 -4099  [no name declared] write request too big
 -4100  [no name declared] connection just closed
 -4101  [no name declared] printer closed or does not exist

AppleTalk Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
 -5000  afpAccessDenied   [no description available]
 -5001  afpAuthContinue   [no description available]
 -5002  afpBadUAM         [no description available]
 -5003  afpBadVersNum     [no description available]
 -5004  afpBitmapErr      [no description available]
 -5005  afpCantMove       [no description available]
 -5006  afpDenyConflict   [no description available]
 -5007  afpDirNotEmpty    [no description available]
 -5008  afpDiskFull       [no description available]
 -5009  afpEofError       [no description available]
 -5010  afpFileBusy       [no description available]
 -5011  afpFlatVol        [no description available]
 -5012  afpItemNotFound   [no description available]
 -5013  afpLockErr        [no description available]
 -5014  afpMiscErr        [no description available]
 -5015  afpNoMoreLocks    [no description available]
 -5016  afpNoServer       [no description available]
 -5017  afpObjectExists   [no description available]
 -5018  afpObjectNotFound [no description available]
 -5019  afpParmErr        [no description available]
 -5020  afpRangeNotLocked [no description available]
 -5021  afpRangeOverlap   [no description available]
 -5022  afpSessClosed     [no description available]
 -5023  afpUserNotAuth    [no description available]
 -5024  afpCallNotSupported [no description available]
 -5025  afpObjectTypeErr    [no description available]
 -5026  afpTooManyFilesOpen [no description available]
 -5027  afpServerGoingDown  [no description available]
 -5028  afpCantRename     [no description available]
 -5029  afpDirNotFound    [no description available]
 -5030  afpIconTypeError  [no description available]

_SysEnvirons Errors

Code    Name              Description
------  ----------------  ------------------------------------------------------
 -5500  envNotPresent     returned by glue - _SysEnvirons trap does not exist
 -5501  envBadVers        Version non-positive; no information was returned
 -5502  envVersTooBig     Version bigger than _SysEnvirons routine can handle



PART 3A

Macintoshª Trap Dispatcher


The Trap Dispatcher is the part of the Macintosh Operating System that routes
system calls to the actual routines. The Trap Dispatcher has been revised two
times since its initial release, totaling 3 versions. The earliest version was
part of the original 64K ROM shipped with the 128K and 512K Macs. The first
revision appeared in the Mac Plus 128K ROM and the second (and last) revision
appeared in all later Mac models.

The Trap Dispatcher takes advantage of a special feature of the 68000 micro-
processor called unimplemented instructions. These instructions, like all other
68000 instructions, are 16 bits long (2 bytes) and can be represented by four
hex digits. Unimplemented instructions always begin with the hex digits A or F
and can contain anything in the last 3 digits. Whenever the 68000 gets such an
instruction, it automatically performs a trap. The 68000 fetches an address
from a memory location predetermined by Motorola and then jumps to that address.
The Mac ROM startup code automatically stores the starting location of the Trap
Dispatcher into this specific memory location when the system is powered up or
rebooted (the Trap Dispatcher itself is also located in the ROM). Unimplemented
instructions are called A-traps or F-traps, depending on the first hex digit of
the instruction.

Motorola reserved all F-traps for math coprocessor instructions, and allowed the
OEM, i.e. Apple, free use of A-traps. Apple in turn built the whole Macintosh
Operating System around A-traps. All system calls were numbered and were split
into two broad categories, called Toolbox Traps and Operating System (OS) Traps.
Each system call was issued its own A-trap, or trap word, containing its own
trap (system call) number. Apple built the Trap Dispatcher to handle A-traps on
the Macintosh.

Since any A-trap causes the 68000 to invoke the Trap Dispatcher, the Trap
Dispatcher must decode the last 3 digits of the A-trap to figure out which
system call to execute. The diagram below shows how the Trap Dispatcher decodes
A-traps:

(PICT deleted)


Trap word bits are defined as follows.

Bits 15 through 12 are set to the binary pattern 1010 (hexdecimal A) for all
traps.

Bit 11 determines the trap's category: 1 for Toolbox traps and 0 for Operating
System traps. 

For OS traps, bits 10 and 9 are used for flags, whose meanings depend on the
routine being called. For Toolbox traps, bit 10 is the auto-pop bit. If it is
set, the Trap Dispatcher will remove, or "pop", the return address from the top
of the stack and throw it out. It will then pop the stack again and use that
address as the return address. This feature supports languages such as Lisa
Pascal that always JSR'd to a table of trap words (instead of inserting the
trap words inline with the code).

Bit 9 is a reserved bit in Toolbox trap words in the 64K and 128K ROMs. Apple
added the bit to the trap number on all later ROMs.

Bit 8 is used by OS traps to preserve the 68000's register A0 across a system
call. If the bit is 0, register A0 is saved before the system call begins
execution and restored after it finishes. If the bit is 1, register A0 is not
saved and restored (allows OS routines that resturn a value in A0 to work).

Bits 7 through 0 comprise all or part of the trap number for all traps.


PART 3B

Macintoshª Traps

With the exception of the original 64K ROM found in 128K and 512K Macintoshes,
all Mac ROM sets are based on the 128K ROM found in the Mac 512KE and Plus. The
ROMs in all later Mac models contain some additions not in the 128K ROM. These
additions are marked by asterisk (*) to the left of their name. Apple has tried
to retrofit these additional traps into older Macs (that don't have them in ROM)
by using the System software to install them in RAM, one reason newer systems
are so huge. However, Apple excluded certain goups of traps from the retrofit
process. A good example is Color QuickDraw, which is available only on Macs that
have it in ROM (SE/30 and II series).

While Apple has made many additions to the ROM trap set, only two traps have
been removed. Existing only in the original 64K ROM, the obscure Resource
Manager traps AddReference and RemoveReference never found much use, leading
Apple to declare them "obsolete" and not include them in all later ROMs. These
routines haven't been supported since 1985 and should not be used (in the list
these two routines are marked with a black dot "*"). In fact, they were
described only in the 3-ring binder and phone book editions of Inside Macintosh
and weren't included in the final release.

All ROM traps are given in 68000 assembly language format. Traps in boldface
are bundles of several subroutines. Listings of the subroutines follow the
general list. Be aware that some trap names differ from their high-level
language counterparts. The reason: the original Lisa assembler limited trap
names to 8 significant letters (including the initial underscore), and would
thus see the two names _UnloadSeg and _UnloadScrap as representing the same
trap. Changing the spelling of one of the two traps resolves the name conflict
(thus, _UnloadSeg becomes _UnlodeScrap). In the MDS and MPW assemblers, Apple
increased the character limit to 31. While the new limit would eliminate all
conflicts, Apple made the misspelled names permanent.

For a detailed description of the trap word mechanism, see Part 3A.


Name                Trap    Name                Trap    Name                Trap
------------------  ----    ------------------  ----    ------------------  ----
A

*_ADBOp             A07C    *_AddReference      A9AC    _Allocate           A010
*_ADBReInit         A07B    _AddResMenu         A94D    *_AllocCursor       AA1D
*_AddComp           AA3B    _AddResource        A9AB    _AngleFromSlope     A8C4
_AddDrive           A04E    *_AddSearch         AA3A    _AppendMenu         A933
_AddPt              A87E    _Alert              A985    *_AttachVBL         A071

B

_BackColor          A863    _BitClr             A85F    _BitTst             A85D
_BackPat            A87C    _BitNot             A85A    _BitXor             A859
*_BackPixPat        AA0B    _BitOr              A85B    _BlockMove          A02E
_BeginUpdate        A922    _BitSet             A85E    _BringToFront       A920
_BitAnd             A858    _BitShift           A85C    _Button             A974

C

*_CalcCMask         AA4F    *_CloseCPort        A87D    *_CopyPixMap        AA05
_CalcMask           A838    _CloseDeskAcc       A9B7    *_CopyPixPat        AA09
_CalcMenuSize       A948    _CloseDialog        A982    _CopyRgn            A8DC
_CalcVBehind        A90A    _ClosePgon          A8CC    _CouldAlert         A989
_CalcVis            A909    _ClosePicture       A8F4    _CouldDialog        A979
_CautionAlert       A988    _ClosePort          A87D    _Count1Resources    A80D
_Chain              A9F3    _CloseResFile       A99A    _Count1Types        A81C
_ChangedResource    A9AA    _CloseRgn           A8DB    *_CountADBs         A077
*_CharExtra         AA23    _CloseWindow        A92D    _CountMItems        A950
_CharWidth          A88D    _CmpString          A03C    _CountResources     A99C
_CheckItem          A945    *_Color2Index       AA33    _CountTypes         A99E
_CheckUpdate        A911    _ColorBit           A864    _Create             A008
_ClearMenuBar       A934    _CompactMem         A04C    _CreateResFile      A9B1
_ClipAbove          A90B    _Control            A004    _CurResFile         A994
_ClipRect           A87B    _CopyBits           A8EC
_Close              A001    _CopyMask           A817

D

_Date2Sec           A9C7    *_DisposCIcon       AA25    _DragWindow         A925
_Delay              A03B    _DisposControl      A955    _Draw1Control       A96D
*_DelComp           AA4D    *_DisposCTable      AA24    _DrawChar           A883
_Delete             A009    _DisposDialog       A983    _DrawControls       A969
_DeleteMenu         A936    *_DisposGDevice     AA30    _DrawDialog         A981
*_DelMCEntries      AA60    _DisposHandle       A023    _DrawGrowIcon       A904
_DelMenuItem        A952    _DisposMenu         A932    _DrawMenuBar        A937
*_DelSearch         AA4C    *_DisposPixMap      AA04    _DrawNew            A90F
_DeltaPoint         A94F    *_DisposPixPat      AA08    _DrawPicture        A8F6
_Dequeue            A96E    _DisposPtr          A01F    _DrawString         A884
_DetachResource     A992    _DisposRgn          A8D9    _DrawText           A885
_DialogSelect       A980    _DisposWindow       A914    _DrvrInstall        A03D
_DiffRgn            A8E6    *_DoVBLTask         A072    _DrvrRemove         A03E
_DisableItem        A93A    _DragControl        A967    *_DTInstall         A082
*_DispMCEntries     AA63    _DragGrayRgn        A905
*_DisposCCursor     AA26    _DragTheRgn         A926

E

_Eject              A017    _Enqueue            A96F    _EraseRect          A8A3
_Elems68K           A9EC    _EqualPt            A881    _EraseRgn           A8D4
_EmptyHandle        A02B    _EqualRect          A8A6    _EraseRoundRect     A8B2
_EmptyRect          A8AE    _EqualRgn           A8E3    _ErrorSound         A98C
_EmptyRgn           A8E2    _EraseArc           A8C0    _EventAvail         A971
_EnableItem         A939    _EraseOval          A8B9    _ExitToShell        A9F4
_EndUpdate          A923    _ErasePoly          A8C8

F

_FillArc            A8C2    _Fix2Long           A840    _Frac2X             A845
*_FillCArc          AA11    _Fix2X              A843    _FracCos            A847
*_FillCOval         AA0F    _FixAtan2           A818    _FracDiv            A84B
*_FillCPoly         AA13    _FixDiv             A84D    _FracMul            A84A
*_FillCRect         AA0E    _FixMul             A868    _FracSin            A848
*_FillCRgn          AA12    _FixRatio           A869    _FracSqrt           A849
*_FillCRoundRect    AA10    _FixRound           A86C    _FrameArc           A8BE
_FillOval           A8BB    _FlashMenuBar       A94C    _FrameOval          A8B7
_FillPoly           A8CA    _FlushEvents        A032    _FramePoly          A8C6
_FillRect           A8A5    _FlushFile          A045    _FrameRect          A8A1
_FillRgn            A8D6    _FlushVol           A013    _FrameRgn           A8D2
_FillRoundRect      A8B4    _FMSwapFont         A901    _FrameRoundRect     A9B0
_FindControl        A96C    _FontMetrics        A835    _FreeAlert          A98A
_FindDItem          A984    _ForeColor          A862    _FreeDialog         A97A
_FindWindow         A92C    _FP68K              A9EB    _FreeMem            A01C
_Fix2Frac           A841    _Frac2Fix           A842    _FrontWindow        A924

G

Name                Trap    Name                Trap    Name                Trap
------------------  ----    ------------------  ----    ------------------  ----
_Get1IxResource     A80E    *_GetGDevice        AA32    _GetOSEvent         A031
_Get1IxType         A80F    _GetHandleSize      A025    _GetPattern         A9B8
_Get1NamedResource  A820    GetIcon             A9BB    _GetPen             A89A
_Get1Resource       A81F    *_GetIndADB         A078    _GetPenState        A898
*_GetADBInfo        A079    _GetIndResource     A99D    _GetPicture         A9BC
_GetAppParms        A9F5    _GetIndType         A99F    _GetPixel           A865
*_GetAuxCtl         AA44    _GetItem            A946    *_GetPixPat         AA0C
*_GetAuxWin         AA42    *_GetItemCmd        A84E    _GetPort            A874
*_GetBackColor      AA1A    _GetIText           A990    _GetPtrSize         A021
*_GetCCursor        AA1B    _GetItmIcon         A93F    _GetResAttrs        A9A6
*_GetCIcon          AA1E    _GetItmMark         A943    _GetResFileAttrs    A9F6
_GetClip            A87A    _GetItmStyle        A941    _GetResInfo         A9A8
*_GetCPixel         AA17    _GetKeys            A976    _GetResource        A9A0
_GetCRefCon         A95A    *_GetMainDevice     AA2A    _GetRMenu           A9BF
*_GetCTable         AA18    _GetMaxCtl          A962    _GetScrap           A9FD
_GetCTitle          A95E    *_GetMaxDevice      AA27    _GetString          A9BA
_GetCtlAction       A96A    *_GetMCEntry        AA64    *_GetSubTable       AA37
_GetCtlValue        A960    *_GetMCInfo         AA61    _GetTrapAddress     A146
_GetCursor          A9B9    _GetMenuBar         A93B    *_GetVideoDefault   A080
*_GetCVariant       A809    _GetMHandle         A949    _GetVol             A014
*_GetCWMgrPort      AA48    _GetMinCtl          A961    _GetVolInfo         A007
*_GetDefaultStartup A07D    _GetMouse           A972    _GetWindowPic       A92F
*_GetDeviceList     AA29    _GetNamedResource   A9A1    _GetWMgrPort        A910
_GetDItem           A98D    _GetNewControl      A9BE    _GetWRefCon         A917
_GetEOF             A011    *_GetNewCWindow     AA46    _GetWTitle          A919
_GetFileInfo        A00C    _GetNewDialog       A97C    *_GetWVariant       A80A
_GetFName           A8FF    _GetNewMBar         A9C0    _GetZone            A11A
_GetFNum            A900    _GetNewWindow       A9BD    _GlobalToLocal      A871
_GetFontInfo        A88B    *_GetNextDevice     AA2B    _GrafDevice         A872
*_GetForeColor      AA19    _GetNextEvent       A970    _GrowWindow         A92B
_GetFPos            A018    *_GetOSDefault      A084

H

Name                Trap    Name                Trap    Name                Trap
------------------  ----    ------------------  ----    ------------------  ----
_HandAndHand        A9E4    _HideDItem          A827    _HLock              A029
_HandleZone         A126    _HidePen            A896    _HNoPurge           A04A
_HandToHand         A9E1    _HideWindow         A916    _HomeResFile        A9A4
_HClrRBit           A068    *_HiliteColor       AA22    _HPurge             A049
_HFSDispatch        A260    _HiliteControl      A95D    _HSetRBit           A067
_HGetState          A069    _HiliteMenu         A938    _HSetState          A06A
_HideControl        A958    _HiliteWindow       A91C    _HUnlock            A02A
_HideCursor         A852    _HiWord             A86A

I

*_Index2Color       AA34    _InitPort           A86D    *_InternalWait      A07F
_InfoScrap          A9F9    *_InitProcMenu      A808    _InvalRect          A928
_InitAllPacks       A9E6    _InitQueue          A016    _InvalRgn           A927
_InitApplZone       A02C    _InitResources      A995    _InverRect          A8A4
*_InitCport         AA01    _InitUtil           A03F    _InverRgn           A8D5
_InitCursor         A850    _InitWindows        A912    _InverRoundRect     A8B3
_InitDialogs        A97B    _InitZone           A019    _InvertArc          A8C1
_InitFonts          A8FE    _InsertMenu         A935    *_InvertColor       AA35
*_InitGDevice       AA2E    _InsertResMenu      A951    _InvertOval         A8BA
_InitGraf           A86E    _InsetRect          A8A9    _InvertPoly         A8C9
_InitMenus          A930    _InsetRgn           A8E1    _IsDialogEvent      A97F
_InitPack           A9E5    _InsMenuItem        A826

K

*_KeyTrans          A9C3    _KillIO             A006    _KillPoly           A8CD
_KillControls       A956    _KillPicture        A8F5

L

_Launch             A9F2    _LoadSeg            A9F0    _LongMul            A867
_Line               A892    _LocalToGlobal      A870    _LoWord             A86B
_LineTo             A891    _LodeScrap          A9FB
_LoadResource       A9A2    _Long2Fix           A83F

M

*_MakeITable        AA39    _MaxMem             A11D    _MountVol           A00F
*_MakeRGBPat        AA0D    _MaxSizeRsrc        A821    _Move               A894
_MapPoly            A8FC    _MeasureText        A837    _MoveControl        A959
_MapPt              A8F9    *_MenuChoice        AA66    _MoveHHi            A064
_MapRect            A8FA    _MenuKey            A93E    _MovePortTo         A877
_MapRgn             A8FB    _MenuSelect         A93D    _MoveTo             A893
_MaxApplZone        A063    _ModalDialog        A991    _MoveWindow         A91B
_MaxBlock           A061    _MoreMasters        A036    _Munger             A9E0

N

*_NewCDialog        AA4B    *_NewGDevice        AA2F    _NewPtr             A11E
_NewControl         A954    _NewHandle          A122    _NewRgn             A8D8
*_NewCWindow        AA45    _NewMenu            A931    _NewString          A906
_NewDialog          A97D    *_NewPixMap         AA03    _NewWindow          A913
_NewEmptyHandle     A066    *_NewPixPat         AA07    _NoteAlert          A987

O

_ObscureCursor      A856    _Open               A000    _OpenResFile        A997
_Offline            A035    *_OpenCport         AA00    _OpenRF             A00A
_OffsetPoly         A8CE    _OpenDeskAcc        A9B6    _OpenRFPerm         A9C4
_OffsetRect         A8A8    _OpenPicture        A8F3    _OpenRgn            A8DA
_OfsetRgn           A8E0    _OpenPoly           A8CB    _OSEventAvail       A030
*_OpColor           AA21    _OpenPort           A86F

P

_Pack0              A9E7    _PaintArc           A8BF    _PlotIcon           A94B
_Pack1              A9E8    _PaintBehind        A90D    *_PopUpMenuSelect   A80B
_Pack2              A9E9    _PaintOne           A90C    _PortSize           A876
_Pack3              A9EA    _PaintOval          A8B8    _PostEvent          A02F
_Pack4              A9EB    _PaintPoly          A8C7    _PPostEvent         A12F
_Pack5              A9EC    _PaintRect          A8A2    *_ProtectEntry      AA3D
_Pack6              A9ED    _PaintRgn           A8D3    _Pt2Rect            A8AC
_Pack7              A9EE    _PaintRoundRect     A8B1    _PtInRect           A8AD
_Pack8              A816    _ParamText          A98B    _PtInRgn            A8E8
_Pack9              A82B    _PenMode            A89C    _PtrAndHand         A9EF
_Pack10             A82C    _PenNormal          A89E    _PtrToHand          A9E3
_Pack11             A82D    _PenPat             A89D    _PtrToXHand         A9E2
_Pack12             A82E    *_PenPixPat         AA0A    _PtrZone            A148
_Pack13             A82F    _PenSize            A89B    _PtToAngle          A8C3
_Pack14             A830    _PicComment         A8F2    _PurgeMem           A04D
_Pack15             A831    _PinRect            A94E    _PurgeSpace         A062
_PackBits           A8CF    *_PlotCIcon         AA1F    _PutScrap           A9FE

Q

*_QDError           AA40

R

_Random             A861    _RectRgn            A8DF    *_RGBForeColor      AA14
_RDrvrInstall       A04F    _ReleaseResource    A9A3    *_RGetResource      A80C
_Read               A002    _RelString          A050    *_RmveReference     A9AE
_ReadDateTime       A039    _Rename             A00B    _RmveResource       A9AD
*_RealColor         AA36    _ResError           A9AF    _RsrcMapEntry       A9C5
_RealFont           A902    *_ReserveEntry      AA3E    _RsrcZoneInit       A996
_ReallocHandle      A027    _ResrvMem           A040    _RstFilLock         A042
_RecoverHandle      A128    *_RestoreEntries    AA4A
_RectInRgn          A8E9    *_RGBBackColor      AA15

S

Name                Trap    Name                Trap    Name                Trap
------------------  ----    ------------------  ----    ------------------  ----
*_SaveEntries       AA49    *_SetGDevice        AA31    _ShowPen            A897
_SaveOld            A90E    _SetHandleSize      A024    _ShowWindow         A915
_ScalePt            A8F8    _SetItem            A947    *_Shutdown          A895
*_ScriptUtil        A8B5    *_SetItemCmd        A84F    *_SIntInstall       A075
_ScrollRect         A8EF    _SetIText           A98F    *_SIntRemove        A076
_SCSIDispatch       A815    _SetItmIcon         A940    _SizeControl        A95C
_Secs2Date          A9C6    _SetItmMark         A944    _SizeRsrc           A9A5
_SectRect           A8AA    _SetItmStyle        A942    _SizeWindow         A91D
_SectRgn            A8E4    _SetMaxCtl          A965    _SlopeFromAngle     A8BC
*_SeedCFill         AA50    *_SetMCEntries      AA65    *_SlotManager       A06E
_SeedFill           A839    *_SetMCInfo         AA62    *_SlotVInstall      A06F
_SelectWindow       A91F    _SetMenuBar         A93C    *_SlotVRemove       A070
_SelIText           A97E    _SetMFlash          A94A    _SpaceExtra         A88E
_SendBehind         A921    _SetMinCtl          A964    _StackSpace         A065
*_SetADBInfo        A07A    _SetOrigin          A878    _Status             A005
_SetAppBase         A057    *_SetOSDefault      A083    _StdArc             A8BD
_SetApplLimit       A02D    _SetPBits           A875    _StdBits            A8EB
*_SetCCursor        AA1C    _SetPenState        A899    _StdComment         A8F1
*_SetClientID       AA3C    _SetPort            A873    _StdGetPic          A8EE
_SetClip            A879    _SetPt              A880    _StdLine            A890
*_SetCPixel         AA16    _SetPtrSize         A020    _StdOval            A8B6
*_SetCPortPix       AA06    _SetRecRgn          A8DE    _StdPoly            A8C5
_SetCRefCon         A95B    _SetRect            A8A7    _StdPutPic          A8F0
_SetCTitle          A95F    _SetResAttrs        A9A7    _StdRect            A8A0
_SetCtlAction       A96B    _SetResFileAttrs    A9F7    _StdRgn             A8D1
*_SetCtlColor       AA43    _SetResInfo         A9A9    _StdRRect           A8AF
_SetCtlValue        A963    _SetResLoad         A99B    _StdText            A882
_SetCursor          A851    _SetResPurge        A993    _StdTxMeas          A8ED
_SetDateTime        A03A    _SetStdProcs        A8EA    _StillDown          A973
*_SetDefaultStartup A07E    _SetString          A907    _StopAlert          A986
*_SetDeskCPat       AA47    _SetTrapAddress     A047    _StringWidth        A88C
*_SetDeviceAttribute AA2D   *_SetVideoDefault   A081    *_StripAddress      A055
_SetDItem           A98E    _SetVol             A015    _StuffHex           A866
_SetEmptyRgn        A8DD    *_SetWinColor       AA41    _SubPt              A87F
*_SetEntries        AA3F    _SetWindowPic       A92E    *_SwapMMUMode       A05D
_SetEOF             A012    _SetWRefCon         A918    _SysBeep            A9C8
_SetFileInfo        A00D    _SetWTitle          A91A    _SysEdit            A9C2
_SetFilLock         A041    _SetZone            A01B    *_SysEnvirons       A090
_SetFilType         A043    _ShieldCursor       A855    _SysError           A9C9
_SetFontLock        A903    _ShowControl        A957    _SystemClick        A9B3
_SetFPos            A044    _ShowCursor         A853    _SystemEvent        A9B2
_SetFScaleDisable   A834    _ShowDItem          A828    _SystemMenu         A9B5
_SetGrowZone        A04B    _ShowHide           A908    _SystemTask         A9B4

T

_TEActivate         A9D8    _TEInit             A9CC    *_TEStyleNew        A83E
_TEAutoView         A813    _TEInsert           A9DE    _TEUpdate           A9D3
_TECalText          A9D0    _TEKey              A9DC    _TextBox            A9CE
_TEClick            A9D4    _TENew              A9D2    _TextFace           A888
_TECopy             A9D5    _TEPaste            A9DB    _TextFont           A887
_TECut              A9D6    _TEPinScroll        A812    _TextMode           A889
_TEDeactivate       A9D9    _TEScroll           A9DD    _TextSize           A88A
_TEDelete           A9D7    _TESelView          A811    _TextWidth          A886
*_TEDispatch        A83D    _TESetJust          A9DF    _TickCount          A975
_TEDispose          A9CD    _TESetSelect        A9D1    _TrackBox           A83B
*_TEGetOffset       A83C    _TESetText          A9CF    _TrackControl       A968
_TEGetText          A9CB    _TestControl        A966    _TrackGoAway        A91E
_TEIdle             A9DA    *_TestDeviceAttribute AA2C

U

_UnionRect          A8AB    _UnlodeScrap        A9FA    _UpdtDialog         A978
_UnionRgn           A8E5    _UnmountVol         A00E    _UprString          A054
_Unique1ID          A810    _UnpackBits         A8D0    _UseResFile         A998
_UniqueID           A9C1    _UpdateResFile      A999
_UnloadSeg          A9F1    _UpdtControl        A953

V

_ValidRect          A92A    _VInstall           A033
_ValidRgn           A929    _VRemove            A034

W

_WaitMouseUp        A977    _WriteParam         A038
_Write              A003    _WriteResource      A9B0

X

_X2Fix              A844    _X2Frac             A846    _XorRgn             A8E7

Z

_ZeroScrap          A9FC    _ZoomWindow         A83A

Below is a list of all system traps which represent multiple routines. These
traps decide which routine to execute by looking for a routine number: either on
the stack (stack-based) or in register D0 (register-based). All traps with the
exception of InternalWait expect the routine number to be passed as a 16-bit
unsigned word. InternalWait looks for a 32-bit routine number. To call an
individual routine, the routine number must be either pushed on the stack or
placed in register D0 (following the method expected by its parent trap). Note
that all Macintosh Packages (PACK) are stack-based.


********************************************************************************
_PACK 0  -  $A9E7       LIST MANAGER            Stack-based

NOTE: First appeared in System 3.2

Sel = Routine Selector ID value (selects individual routine in the package)

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
LActivate              0    LDelRow               36    LNextCell             72
LAddColumn             4    LDispose              40    LRect                 76
LAddRow                8    LDoDraw               44    LScroll               80
LAddToCell            12    LDraw                 48    LSearch               84
LAutoScroll           16    LFind                 52    LSetCell              88
LCellSize             20    LGetCell              56    LSetSelect            92
LClick                24    LGetSelect            60    LSize                 96
LClrCell              28    LLastClick            64    LUpdate              100
LDelColumn            32    LNew                  68 

********************************************************************************
_PACK 1  -  $A9E8       Reserved

********************************************************************************
_PACK 2  -  $A9E9       DISK INITIALIZATION             Stack-based

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
DIBadMount             0    DILoad                 2    DIVerify               8
DIFormat               6    DIUnload               4    DIZero                10

********************************************************************************
_PACK 3  -  $A9EA       STANDARD FILE           Stack-based

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
SFGetFile              2    SFPPutFile             3
SFPGetFile             4    SFPutFile              1

********************************************************************************
_PACK 4  -  $A9EB       FLOATING-POINT MATH             Stack-based

NOTE: The Standard Apple Numerics Environment (SANE) declares a second name for
      this trap: _FP68K. SANE also requires the data type of routine parameters;
      this is accomplished by setting certain high bits of the routine number
      (and altering the 16-bit value). The numbers listed below, with all high
      bits clear, will work for 80-bit extended-precision floating-point param-
      eters. See the Apple Numerics Manual for more information.

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
FOABS                 15    FOLOGB                26    FOGETENV               3
FOADD                  0    FOMUL                  4    FOSETHV                5
FOB2D                 11    FONEG                 13    FOSETXCP              21
FOCLASS               28    FONEXT                19    FOSQRT                18
FOCMP                  8    FOPROCENTRY           23    FOSUB                  2
FOCPX                 10    FOPROCEXIT            25    FOTESTXCP             27
FOCPYSGN              17    FOREM                 12    FOTTI                 22
FOD2B                  9    FORTI                 20    FOX2Z                 16
FODIV                  6    FOSCALB               24    FOZ2X                 14
FOGETHV                7    FOSETENV               1

********************************************************************************
_PACK 5  -  $A9EC       TRANSCENDENTAL FUNCTIONS        Stack-based

NOTE: SANE declares a second name for this trap: _Elems68K. Also, SANE treats
      these routines in the same manner as FP68K / Pack4. See the Apple Numerics
      Manual for more information.

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
FOANNUITY          49174    FOEXP1X               12    FORANDX               32
FOATANX               30    FOEXP21X              14    FOSINX                24
FOCOMPOUND         49172    FOLNX                  0    FOTANX                28
FOCOSX                26    FOLN1X                 4    FOXPWRI            32784
FOEXPX                 8    FOLOG21X               6    FOXPWRY            32786
FOEXP2X               10    FOLOG2X                2

********************************************************************************
_PACK 6  -  $A9ED       INTERNATIONAL UTILITIES         Stack-based

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
IUDatePString         14    IUMagIDString         12    IUSetIntl              8
IUDateString           0    IUMagString           10    IUTimePString         16
IUGetIntl              6    IUMetric               4    IUTimeString           2

********************************************************************************
_PACK 7  =  $A9EE       BINARY/DECIMAL CONVERSION       Stack-based

NOTE: SANE declares a second name for this trap:  _DecStr68K, and uses routines 2, 3, and 4. No high bits are 
required by SANE for these routines, unlike packages 4 and 5.

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
CStr2Dec               4    NumToString            0    StringToNum            1
Dec2Str                3    PStr2Dec               2

********************************************************************************
_HFSDispatch  =  $A260                          Register-based

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
CloseWD                2    GetFCBInfo             8    SetCatInfo            10
CatMove                5    GetWDInfo              7    SetVolInfo            11
DirCreate              6    LockRng               16    UnlockRng             17
GetCatInfo             9    OpenWD                 1

********************************************************************************
_SCSIDispatch  =  $A815                         Stack-based

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
SCSICmd                3    *SCSIMsgOut           13    SCSISelect             2
SCSIComplete           4    SCSIRBlind             8    SCSIStat              10
SCSIGet                1    SCSIRead               5    SCSIWBlind             9
SCSIInstall            7    SCSIReset              0    SCSIWrite              6
*SCSIMsgIn            12    *SCSISelAtn           11

********************************************************************************
*_InternalWait  $A07F                           basis unknown

NOTE: This trap was listed in Inside Macintosh without an accompanying description.

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
SetTimeout             0    GetTimeout             1

********************************************************************************
*_ScriptUtil    $A8B5                           stack-based [long]

NOTE: Routine number expected to be a 32-bit long integer on stack

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
smChar2Pixel          22    smFontScript           0    smMeasureJust         32
smCharByte            16    smGetEnvirons          8    smPixel2Char          20
smCharType            18    smGetScript           12    smSetEnvirons         10
smDrawJust            30    smHiliteText          28    smSetScript           14
smFindWord            26    smIntlScript           2    smTranslit            24
smFont2Script          6    smKybdScript           4

********************************************************************************
*_Shutdown      $A895                           Stack-based

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
ShutDwnInstall         3    ShutDwnRemove          4
ShutDwnPower           1    ShutDwnStart           2

********************************************************************************
*_SlotManager   $A06E                           Register-based

Name                 Sel     Name                Sel     Name                Sel
-----------------  -----    -----------------  -----    -----------------  -----
InitPRAMRecs          37    sFindsRsrcPtr         48    sReadByte              0
InitSDec1Mgr          32    sFindStruct            6    sReadDrvrName         25
InitsRsrcTable        41    sGetBlock              5    sReadInfo             16
sCalcsPointer         44    sGetcString            3    sReadLong              2
sCalcStep             40    sGetDriver            45    sReadPBSize           38
sCardChanged          34    sNextRsrc             20    sReadPRAMRec          17
sCkCardStatus         24    sNextTypesRsrc        21    sReadStruct            7
sdeleteSRTRec         49    sOffsetData           36    sReadWord              1
sDisposePtr           23    sPrimaryInit          33    sRsrcInfo             22
sExec                 35    sPtrToSlot            46    sSearchSRT            42
sFindDevBase          27    sPutPRAMRec           18    sUpdateSRT            43
sFindsInfoRecPtr      47    sReadFHeader          19

********************************************************************************

PART 4

Unit Table Entries (Device Driver)

ID    Driver Name                         ID    Driver Name
----  --------------------------------    ----  --------------------------------
0     [reserved]                           8    .BOut (Printer port async out)
1     hard disk driver (MacXL/HD20)        9    .MPP (AppleTalk)
2     .Print                              10    .ATP (AppleTalk)
3     .Sound                              11    [reserved]
4     .Sony (disk driver)                12-26  desk accessories in System file
5     .AIn (Modem port async in)         27-31  desk accessories in appl files
6     .AOut (Modem port async out)       32-39  SCSI drivers 0-7
7     .BIn (Printer port async in)       40-47  [reserved]


PART 5

Font Numbers for Apple(R) Screen Fonts

Font Name            Font Num  Rsrc ID    Font Name            Font Num  Rrsc ID
-------------------  --------  -------    -------------------  --------  -------
Chicago                  0           0    [reserved]              13        1664
       1         128    [reserved]              14        1792
New York                 2         256    [reserved]              15        1920
Geneva                   3         384    [reserved]              16        2048
Monaco                   4         512    [reserved]              17        2176
Venice                   5         640    [reserved]              18        2304
London                   6         768    [reserved]              19        2432
Athens                   7         896    Times Roman             20        2560
San Francisco            8        1024    Helvetica               21        2688
Toronto                  9        1152    Courier                 22        2816
Seattle                 10        1280    Symbol                  23        2944
Cairo                   11        1408    Taliesin                24        3072
Los Angeles             12        1536    [reserved]              25        3200

NOTES:

1. Font numbers 0-127 are reserved for future Apple fonts.
2. Font numbers 128-383 are reserved for vendor assignments.
3. Font numbers 384-511 available for use by anyone.
4. Old copies of Apple's Font/DA Mover (older than version 3.x) will not handle
   fonts that have negative resource ID's (i.e. font numbers 256 and up),
   affecting half the font numbers reserved for vendors and all of the general-
   use font numbers.


PART 6

Power-up/Reset Memory Tests

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When the Mac is first turned on, it performs several internal tests before
displaying the insert disk icon. Although Apple never published details about
these tests, this information was leaked to the public soon after the Mac's
introduction in 1984.

Every time the Mac performs a cold start, usually when power is first applied
(or even after a bad system crash), the boot code in the ROM executes 5 memory
tests. The first one is a ROM self-test, and the remaining four test the RAM.
If any of these tests fail, obviously the Mac in question will need logic board
repairs. To help their technicians diagnose the trouble, Apple distributed a
diagram similar to the one above. 

The diagram was released for the first Mac motherboard, used in the old 128K and
512K Macs. To the best of my knowledge, Apple has not released diagrams for Macs
built with SIMM RAM modules (Mac Plus and all later models). But I do understand
that Apple used a chip-numbering system for SIMMs similar to the one used for
the soldered-in RAM chips of the original motherboards.

The sad-Mac screen is used to report memory test failures on all Mac models. The
sad-Mac screen itself is generated by the System Error Handler when it doesn't
have the normal system error box loaded (such as before the Mac can boot, or
after a bad enough crash). Below the sad-Mac icon are 6 hexadecimal digits which
describe the system error.

For memory test failures, the first two hex digits always report the test
number. The second pair of digits represent the chips in row 'G' on the mother-
board (see diagram), and the last pair of digits describe row 'H'. Starting from
the left, each bit corresponds to a particular chip. If the chip is bad, the bit
is set to '1', otherwise the bit is zero.

For system errors, the first pair of hex digits will always be a 0F. The last
four digits represent the error code (which will be the normal system error ID
code converted into hex). The table below lists both the 0F and its associated
error IDs (listed as processor errors):


Test Number and Description Table

Number   Test      Details              Error Code
-------  --------  -------------------  ----------------------------------------
01       Memtest   ROM test failed      (meaningless)
02       Memtest   Bus subtest          Identity of suspected bad RAM chip(s)
03       Memtest   ByteWrite            Identity of suspected bad RAM chip(s)
04       Memtest   Mod3test             Identity of suspected bad RAM chip(s)
05       Memtest   Add uniqueness       Identity of suspected bad RAM chip(s)
06 - 0E  Unused    N/A                  N/A
0F       Exception MC68000 error        Processor error (listed below)

    0001 Bus Error             0007 privilege violation
    0002 address error         0008 trace
    0003 illegal instruction   0009 A-trap
    0004 zero divide           000A F-trap
    0005 check instruction     000B other exceptions
    0006 trapv instruction     000D NMI (interrupt button)


PART 7A

Standard ASCII Chart

This ASCII chart is labeled in hexadecimal. The ASCII character code for any
character is obtained by adding the character's row and column numbers, e.g.
ASCII code for "g" is 60+7 or $67 hex.

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PART 7B

ASCII Character Layout, Mac Plus Keyboard

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NOTE: Although there are several other Apple keyboard designs, the ASCII codes
generated by their keys will largely follow the pattern used by the Macintosh
Plus keyboard.

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