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What's Really Inside The Commodore 64

by Milton Bathurst
Fourt Edition September 1984
Published by Datacap - Paperback 242 pages

If you really want to know what happens where in your Commodore 64, this is the book for you. Since the 16k of ROM inside the machine controls all of the machine’s operation, there is no better way to see how everything is done than by examining the microcomputer’s internal opering system.

This book contains a detailed, commented and cross-referenced listing of the ROM contents which may be as a reference to the internal working of your machine. Especially if you work in assembler language, this book is a must.

ISBN : ISBN 2-87/2300021

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