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I have read the commands document, but there wasn't any note on how to create a list in ICE.
If you have ICE v1.5:
{1,2,3,4,5->L1, and then you grab elements with L1(5) etc. However, it seems to be partially broken, so if it works, you have luck. I won't update or fix it.

If you have ICE v2.0:
Data(3,1,2,3,4,5)->A returns a pointer and stores it in A, or use DataCopy(L1,3,1,2,3,4,5) to copy it directly. The first 3 is here the size of all the elements.
Thank you.
Nate44 wrote:
I have read the commands document, but there wasn't any note on how to create a list in ICE.


If you're using ICE v2
You have to use the new DataCopy() command.
As of typing this it's not in the documentation but PT_ is adding it as I type.
The syntax is " DataCopy(Destination,DataSize,data1,data2,...)"
Destination is where you want that data put, such as L1, L2, or you can use memory pointers.
DataSize is how big each entry in the data is, use 3 for 3-byte lists.
data1,data2,etc is the actual numbers you want to be stored into the destination.

To retrieve data from a list in ICE v2, use L1(0) to get the first entry. L1(3) to get the second entry, L1(6) for the third.
You have to use positive multiples of 3 to retrieve data from a list, because each data entry is 3 bytes large.
If you use "2" in the DataSize argument of the DataCopy() command, then you use multiples of 2 to retrieve data from the list.

The maximum number sizes are:
16777215 for 3-byte entries
65535 for 2-byte entries
255 for 1-byte entries
  
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