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|Year:|| 1984
|Year:|| 1984

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Title: Machine Code for Beginners on the Amstrad
Authors: Steve Kramer
Publisher: Micro Press
Year: 1984
Pages: 189
ISBN: 0-7447-0025-6


01. Introduction.
02. What is machine code and why use it?
03. First concepts.
04. Flow charts.
05. Simple machine code instructions.
06. Simple maths.
07. Flags, conditions and decision making.
08. Logical operations.
09. Using the machine stack.
10. Using instructions that work on a single bit.
11. Rotates and shifts, multiplication and division.
12. Automated moves and searches.
13. Communicating with the outside world.
14. Other instructions, indexed addressing.
15. Programming hints, and using the firmware.