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Learn and Use Assembly Language on the ZX Spectrum

by Tony Woods
Publisher McGraw-Hill
ISBN-10    070847053
Published 1983
Edition    First Edition
Binding    Soft Cover 160 pages

Machine code for action. Machine-code programs run very quickly, literally hundreds of times faster than the equivalent BASIC. And they are very powerful, enabling your computer to do things undreamed of by its manufacturer!
The ZX Spectrum uses a Z80 processor, and machine-code programs are written in Z80 assembly language. This book is a complete course in Z80 assembly language, right from the beginning. Written by an experienced teacher and programmer, it is ideal for anyone with a knowledge of BASIC and contains many complete-and useful- programs.
Assembly software. The assembly-language listings in this book can of course be hand assembled into machine code, but for speed and accuracy you should use the McGraw-Hill ZX Spectrum Machine Code Assembler program, available on cassette for the 16K or 48K Spectrum. All the program listings have been specially written to match this software

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