Curator - David G. Larsen


ISBN: 0-672-21656-6

Authors: Leo J. Scanion

Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.
4300 West 62nd St.
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Copyright: 1980 


The 6502 integrated circuit is a very popular microprocessor that is currently being used in general-purpose microcomputers, video games, and personal computers. Chapter 1 discusses the characteristics of the 6502 integrated circuit and the AIM 65 microcomputer.

Although the AIM 65, a 6502-based microcomputer manufactured by Rockwell International, has been used to generate and test the program examples given in this book, most of the programs listed can be used on all 6502-based micro-computers. However, they may have to be slightly altered to reflect the memory and I/O devices that are wired to your microcomputer.

Chapters 2 and 3 discuss subroutines and present descriptions of the instructions that the 6502 microprocessor can execute. Then, Chapters 4 through 6 present techniques needed to process lists and tables, perform mathematical operations, and convert data. Finally, a description of ways to transfer information between the microprocessor and the input/output devices by using the 6502 instructions is given in Chapters 7 through 9.

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