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Electron Machine Code for Beginners 1 edition

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About the Book

How To Get Electrifying Performance!

If you are a beginner to machine code then this book is for you. There is so much more you can achieve once you have got to grips with machine code - really fast operation and special effects such as key beeps, multiple animation, and split screen become possible. Programming becomes more exciting and more creative, and you gain better control over the machine.

The Electron has a built-in assembler which makes machine code very easy - if you know where you start. This book gets you started. It assumes nothing more than a reasonable knowledge of BASIC, and goes on to show what machine code is, how it works, and how to enter, run and save code. Very many examples are featured for you to enjoy as you learn more about your micro and how to achieve a better performance.

The Author
Ian Sinclair is a well known and regular contributor to journals such as Personal Computer World, Computing Today, Electronics and Computing Monthly, Hobby Electronics and Electronics Today International. He has written over forty books on aspects of electronics and computing, mainly aimed at the beginner.

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Electron machine code for beginners
Ian Sinclair.

Published 1984 by Granada in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Acorn Electron


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viii,156p. :
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