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Programming the 68000

ISBN: 0895881330
by Steve Williams
Publisher     Sybex
Published    1985
540 pages
Edition    First Edition
Binding    Soft Cover

"Learn everything about assembly-language programming with the Motorola 68000. This self-contained tutorial will take you through all the necessary steps from understanding what assembly programming is, through a mastery of such advanced techniques as exception or interrupt programming, and interfacing with higher level languages and operating systems. A thorough treatment of the 68000 architecture and instruction set lays the foundation for industrial or custom applications. Beyond this, a unique feature of this book is its relevance to such essential topics as: The UNIX operating system: Version 7 System V System III Xenix. The C programming language. The CP/M 68K operating system. This book has been designed to cover the 68000, 68008, and 68010 processors. These processors are used in a wide range of products such as: The Altos, The TRS-80 Model 16 Computer, The Apple Macintosh line, The Apple Laser Printer. Steve Williams, recently Research and Development Project mananger at Digital Research, was the Operating System Manager for Tandy on the TRS-80 model. He graduated in Electrical Engineering and has a Master's degree in Computer Science, both from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville."

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