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   * All other memory locations ($0000-9FFF,​ $C000-CFFF) always map to RAM.   * All other memory locations ($0000-9FFF,​ $C000-CFFF) always map to RAM.
   * Writes to a ROM-mapped region are applied to the underlying RAM at the same address.   * Writes to a ROM-mapped region are applied to the underlying RAM at the same address.
 +  * I/O includes the registers for the VIC-II, SID, and CIA chips; color RAM; and two external I/O pages that reach out the expansion port.
   * The VIC-II always sees the CHARROM at $1000-1FFF and $9000-9FFF, and RAM everywhere else, regardless of these bits.   * The VIC-II always sees the CHARROM at $1000-1FFF and $9000-9FFF, and RAM everywhere else, regardless of these bits.
  
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