Curator - David G. Larsen
TRS-80 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE MADE SIMPLE
Authors: Earles. L. McCaul
Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.
4300 West 62nd St.
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Emphasizes the use of assembly language-multiple examples in logical progression
Written for TRS-80 with 16K RAM and Level II BASIC
Requires ability to program in BASIC and to know the difference between decimal and hexadecimal. (All necessary tables-Z-80 Op-codes, Decimal/Hex Conversion, Flag Effects-are in the Appendix)
With T-BUG monitor and this book you will have direct control over the micro-processor! Able to use existing ROM subroutines.
Do-it-now examples and review questions-successfully used in a college course.
Permits the running of special-purpose programs at maximum program execution speed.
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