an example can be found on AMOSPro_Examples:Examples/H-6/Help_66.AMOS
Draws a previously defined memory block on the screen. If the coordinates are ommitted, it will be replaced at it's original position.
Put Block n Put Block n,x,y
There are also a couple of extended versions of this command for advanced users.
Put Block n,x,y,planes
Puts a block on the selected screen planes.
planes is a bitmap containing a list of planes to be affected.
Put Block n,x,y,planes,minterms
Puts a block on the selected screen planes using a writing mode entered using in minterms. See SET BOB for more info.