Commodore 64 Exposed (Hardcover)
(This particular book is non-returnable)
Originally published by Melbourne House in 1983, this outstanding reference work on Commodore 64 programming found its home on many programmers' shelves back in the heyday of the home microcomputer.
Text from the original back cover:
Here is the definitive book for the Commodore owner.
A complete and comprehensive guide to make you total master of your Commodore 64.
Commodore 64 Exposed is an encyclopedia of solutions from Basic programming through to machine language, and includes vital tables of memory locations and system variables.
The step by step format is designed to ensure that every owner will understand exactly how their Commodore 64 works. Every feature and program variable is carefully explained with the aid of simple demonstration programs that can be entered in minutes.
Whether you are a first time computer user or a serious programmer, if you want to take full advantage of your Commodore 64's impressive capabilities, then this is the book for you.
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