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Archimedes and Risc OS

This Prentice Hall Reference Guide explains in detail the ACORN Archimedes computer, its architecture, custom chips and processor bus. It also describes the new 32 bit RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) based operating system as used in this computer.

FEATURES

  • RISC Commands
  • MOS Utilities
  • File System Administration
  • Systems Tools
  • Programmer Tools
  • Sprites
  • Sound
  • System Status

The Reference Guide concept was developed by the authors using their experience and needs as end uders. The spiral binding ensures the book will remain open at the chosen page, and dividers, printed on both sides, make section location easier. The novice and expereined user of Archimedes and RISC OS will find this Reference Guide an indispensable resource.


ISBN : 0130440744

Publisher : Prentice Hall

Author : Zvonimir Racic

Format : Spiral-boundbook inside hard cover

-Zvonimir Racic-

 

 

 

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH47943. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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