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Understanding Microprocessors with the MK14

This book approaches the subject of microprocessors and their functions through the SC/MP processor.  This was the processor included with the Science of Cambridge Mk14, the forerunner of Sinclair and Acorn's hugely successful 1980s microcomputers.

From the blurb:

'Specially written for users of the Science of Cambridge Mk 14 Microcomputer, this book provides a carefully structured introduction to Mk 14 programming in SC/MP (8060) Assembler language.  Various examples are given, including the design and writing of a games program.  An appendix gives the circuit for a 11/2K memory expansion.'

The book was written by Ian Williamson and Rodney Dale, both of whom are now trustees of the Centre for Computing History. 

ISBN : 0 333 31075 6

Publisher : Macmillan

Author : Rodney Dale and Ian Williamson

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-Rodney Dale and Ian Williamson-

 

 

 

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Understanding Microprocessors with the MK14

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH42179. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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