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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

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-Rodney Zaks-




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