Nah, can't really read German although for small passages I can usually take good advantage it's common root w/ English. I suppose that makes me a * Lamer * but sadly it is not as common to be multi-lingual (multi-literate) here in the US. Although I have not read it completely, this book of mine is called "M6800 Microcomputer System Design Data". I contains datasheets and technical breakdowns of (AFAIK) the entire 68xx series. Just looking at the instructionset, the similarities and differences (to 6502) are remarkable. Like 68000 (I think) there are "A" and "B" accumulators. There's a command to WAit for Interrupt, and another to STore the Stack register. There's even a command to Branch to SubRoutine. Anyway, it's interesting novelty stuff to me. I'm stuck on the 6502. --- Spiro Trikaliotis <email@example.com> wrote: > *g* > If you're able to read german: > > Günter Schmitt, "Maschinenorientierte Programmierung für > Mikroprozessoren", 1980 R. Oldenbourg > Verlag, ISBN 3-486-22892-7. I have the 2nd edition. > > I've found them on many university librarys. ===== go6502 - Commodore and Apple II news, programs, hardware and resources http://www.geocities.com/profdredd __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Sports - Coverage of the 2002 Olympic Games http://sports.yahoo.com Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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