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68K Books.

Post by Info-Mac » August 27th, 1984, 9:23 pm

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From: David H M Spector

David,

The Osborne-McGraw Hill book, "68000 Assembly Language Programming", by
Kane, Hawkins & Leventhal seems pretty good. Its style is obviously
intended for those who have never programmed in assembly before, but its a good
primer for the 68K.

David Spector
NYU Systems Group
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