Amiga Machine Language - Stefan DittrichAbacus, 1989, Paperback ..
Condition: Very Good. Pages very gently age-tanned otherwise a very well presented copy.
5th Reprint. From the cover: “A comprehensive volume for all Amiga owners who want to tap all of the Amiga’s true power using machine language. Amiga Machine Language is a combination of beginning tutorial and advanced programming guide all in one book. Amiga Machine Language introduces you to 68000 machine language programming presented in clear, easy to understand terms. If you’re a beginner, the introduction eases you into programming right away. If you’re an advanced programmer, you’ll discover the hidden powers of your Amiga. Learn how to access the hardware registers, use the Amiga libraries, create gadgets, work with Intuition and much more. Amiga Machine Language topics include: opening windows • mouse functions • Working with Intuition • using requestors • creating screens and pulldown menus • all about gadgets • disk drive operations • disk commands • events • Supervisor mode • sound and tone generation.”
Size: 9½" x 7"
Series: Data Becker Book
Number of Pages: 254