After a request by Willi Kuche, the Apple ][ community came together and managed to come up with two versions of the source code for Glen Bredon’s Mr. Fixit for Prosel 8. Being as no original source code was available, two people in particular disassembled the program and have posted their respective versions to the […]
Category: Assembly Language
Don Lancaster, Curator of the Guru’s Lair website and author of several Apple ][ releated books including A.P.P.L.E.’s Call-A.P.P.L.E. In Depth Books 4, All About Applewriter, has made a number of his Apple ][ books available in PDF for free download. The current books he has released are the Apple Assembly Cookbook, Book 1 and […]
Dear Call-A.P.P.L.E. I am writing to say I am very impressed with the Call-A.P.P.L.E. newsletter. It is not only informative, it is also very useful, particularly the section dealing with the System Monitor and Mini-Assembler, since I am especially Interested in Assembly Language. How about making an Assembly Language Tutorial tape. Also, how would I […]
The following section covers use of the Apple II mini-assembler only. It is not a course in assembly language programming. The following section assumes the user has a working knowledge of 6502 programming and mnemonics. The Apple II mini-assembler is a programming aid aimed at reducing the amount of time requir.ed to convert a handwritten […]
If you have a newer Apple with the silent keyboard, Don Williams has written a short and sweet machine language routine to solve your problem. 0300: 48 PHA 0301 : A9 20 LDA #$20 0303: 8D 30 CO STA $C030 0306: 20 A8 FC JSR $FCA8 0309: 8D 30 CO STA $C030 030C: 68 PLA […]
The Assembly Language classes are now scheduled to start June 1 at Empire Electronics. Cost $35 per persorn including Synertek manual. To sign up, call Tom Geer at (206)244-5200 or Don Williams at (206)242-6807. The course includes Number Systems, Boolean Algebra, 6502 Instruction set and Programming.
By Val J. Golding I would like to comment briefly on my. experience running Don’ s program the first time. Like most of you, I have had very little to do with low level programming. With Don’s program, I was able to see at a glance how a BASIC line like “500 PRINT” translated into […]