Apple II Books

The following is a list of Apple II Books in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 15 Apple II Books in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Apple BASIC for Business for the Apple II Date: 1980 Apple BASIC for Business for the Apple II

Author:  Alan J Parker / John F Stewart
Format:  Paperback
296 pages
Publish Date:  1980
Publisher  Reston Publishing
ISBN 0835902269




Apple Computer Systems Date: 1980 Apple Computer Systems

Apple II Computer Systems with option for Apple II

Publisher: Apple

Apple II Users Guide Date: 1981 Apple II Users Guide

Apple II user's guide
by Lon Poole with Martin McNiff & Steven Cook
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Osborne/McGraw-Hill, c1981.
ISBN: 0931988462   DDC: 1.642   LCC: QA76.8   Edition: (pbk.)
 
We have two copies, each a diffent size and with differnet colour covers

Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill

Apple Pascal Date: 1981 Apple Pascal


Apple PASCAL: a hands-on approach
Arthur Luehrmann, Herbert Peckham
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1981.
ISBN: 0070491712   DDC: 1.6424   LCC: QA76.73   Edition: (pbk.) :$13.95
Notes:
Includes index.
Classification:    (click to see other 'Books on the Same Shelf')
Dewey Class: 1.6424 -- Knowledge
LCC Number: QA76.73

Book Details:
Language: eng
Physical Description: xiv, 430 p. ; 24 cm. --
Edition Info: (pbk.) :$13.95

Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author: Arthur Luehrmann, Herbert Peckham

Applesoft Language Date: 1982 Applesoft Language

Author:  Brian D Blackwood & George H Blackwood
Format:  Paperback
254 pages
Publish Date: 1982
Publisher  Howard W Sams
ISBN 0672218119




Assembly Language Programming for the Apple II Date: 1982 Assembly Language Programming for the Apple II

Author:  Robert Mottola
Format:  Paperback
138 pages
Publish Date:  1982
Publisher  Osborne/McGraw-Hill
ISBN 0931988519

Use your Apple II Computer to its fullest capacity with more detailed control


Assembly Lines:  The Book - A Beginners Guide to 6502 Programming on the Apple II Date: 1982 Assembly Lines: The Book - A Beginners Guide to 6502 Programming on the Apple II

Author:  Roger Wagner
Format:  Paperback
272 pages spiral-bound
Publish Date:  1982
Publisher  Softalk




Beneath Apple DOS Date: Unknown Beneath Apple DOS

Beneath Apple DOS
by Don Worth and Pieter Lechner
DOS 3.3
published by Quality Software

Publisher: Quality Software
Author: Don Worth and Pieter Lechner

Games for your Apple IIe Date: 1984 Games for your Apple IIe

Author:  Tony Dyson / Biorn Englehardt
Format:  Paperback
116 pages
Publish Date: 1984
Publisher  Virgin Books
ISBN 0863690467




Intimate Instructiobns in Integer BASIC Date: Unknown Intimate Instructiobns in Integer BASIC

Author:  Brian D Blackwood / George H Blackwood
Format:  Paperback
158 pages
Publisher  Howard W Sams
Publish Date 1981
ISBN 0672218127




Modular Priogramming Routines for the Apple II+/IIe/IIc Date: 1985 Modular Priogramming Routines for the Apple II+/IIe/IIc

Author:  Bruno B Wolff Jr
Format:  Paperback
243 pages
Publish Date: 1985
Publisher  TAB Books
ISBN 0830617329





Programming the Apple II in Assembly Language Date: 16th December Programming the Apple II in Assembly Language

Programming the Apple II in Assembley Language
by Rodnay Zaks (Author)
Paperback: 551 pages
Publisher: Longman Higher Education (16 Dec 1985)
ISBN-10: 0895882906
ISBN-13: 978-0895882905
A review by By  Glen Compton    
This book does require a little bit of previous experience in assembly, but only a little as it has a VERY extensive warm up on programming. It is a great book for dabbling in Atari or NES homebrew, and sheds light on more complicated techniques, without being overly specific of a particular hardware setup.
If you read some basics of the hardware you want to work on, this book will take your work to new heights. it even gives great techniques for reducing memory use and/or processor use (which is extremely important on legacy architectures.)
If there is one book you can buy to improve your 6502 knowledge and programming techniques, this is it!
Seriously, avoid other books on the 6502 until you've read this!!!

Publisher: Sybex
Author: Rodney Zaks

Programming your Apple II Computer Date: 1982 Programming your Apple II Computer

Author:  Paul bryan
Format:  Paperback
288 pages
Publish Date: 1982
Publisher  TAB Books
ISBN 08306139403

If there's an Apple in your future, here's your passport to getting the most out of it




The Osborne/McGraw-Hill Guide to your Apple III Date: 1983 The Osborne/McGraw-Hill Guide to your Apple III

Author:  Stanley M Miastkowski
Format:  Paperback
Publish Date:  September 1983
Publisher  Osborne/McGraw-Hill
ISBN 0881341010

All the information you need for triuble-free set-up and operaation of your Applle III


Using 6502 Assembly Language Volume 1 Date: Unknown Using 6502 Assembly Language Volume 1

How Anyone can program the Apple-II

Author:  Randy Hyde
Format:  Paperback
Publisher  Datamost




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