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Assembly Language Programming for the Acorn Electron

Every Acorn Electron is equipped with a powerful assembler. Sooner or later you will want to learn how to use it: this book will teach you.

The author assumes no prior knowledge of assembly language programming on the part of the reader, who is led from the simple functions of the machine to quite complex implementation.

ISBN : 0-333-369-483

Publisher : Macmillan Publishers

Author : Ian Birnbaum

Format : Paperback

-Ian Birnbaum-




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