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TRS80 Color Computer Assembly Language Programming

"The Color Computer is an exceptionally good machine on which to learn assembly language. For one thing, it uses a 6809 microprocessor. The 6809 is a relatively new microprocessor with a powerful instruction set and addressing modes....We'll take you from the ground up (though some knowledge of BASIC is a definite help)."


Publisher : Tandy

Author : William Barden Jr

Format : Paperback

-William Barden Jr-




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TRS80 Color Computer Assembly Language Programming




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH48480. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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