Commodore 64 Exposed (Paperback)
First published in 1983, this outstanding reference work about the Commodore 64 helped many owners of the much-loved home computer understand their machine to a whole new level. The details within the book enabled users to perfect their coding skills in both BASIC and advanced machine code. To this day it remains a highly useful guide for those interested in retro games programming on the classic machine.* * *As the original publisher Melbourne House wrote: 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.* * *Acorn Books is proud to present its Retro Reproduction Series, a collection of classic computing works from the 1980s and 90s, lovingly reproduced in the 21st century. From standards of programming reference no self-respecting microcomputer programmer would be without, to obscure works not found in print anywhere else, these modern reprints are perfect for any connoisseur of retro computing.