Programmer's Reference Guide for the Commodore Plus/4

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"Anyone who is writing software for this computer will find it necessary to have this book at hand." - Dr. Richard F. Daley, Microcomputer writer and consultant

Whether you're writing programs for yourself or for commercial distribution, you'll find this book an indispensible guide to programming the Commodore Plus/4.

Written in a clear, easy-to-understand style, this complete handbook includes evtensive reference material and many practical programming examples. The Programmer's Reference Guide for the Commodore Plus/4

  • fully describes the use of each BASIC 3.5 command
  • gives tips on using the built-in integrated software
  • reviews major programming techniques
  • offers a graphics tutorial in the BASIC and machine language
  • explains how to use the machine language monitor, 6502 assembly language, and the operating system
  • offers information on using major Plus/4 peripherals and more.

You'll find over 200 short program examples, in-depth information not found in the Plus/4 manual, and helpful explanations of DOS and BASIC error messages. In addition, the appendices provide the Plus/4 memory and register maps and other important technical specifications. This quick, handy reference will be invaluable to all programmers, from beginners to professionals.

ISBN : 0673182495

Publisher : Scott, Foresman and Company

Author : Cyndie Merten & Sarah Meyer

Format : Paperback

-Cyndie Merten & Sarah Meyer-

 

 

 

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