Original date:2021-01-12 15:23:28 Edited by: katsmeow Subject: Re: Nested functions - better example?

The inner functions have access to the outer function's variables.

In the olden daze, if the inner and outer functions both fit in the same 64k bank of ram, it saved a bank switch and other overhead. So if the inner function was called many times, not bank switching saved a lot of time.


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