TitleZ-80 assembly language under TurboDOS
AuthorBreton, R. Roger
PublisherBreton, R. Roger
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Extent1 volume (various pagings)
DescriptionNote from Emmanuel Roche: "Although this 500-pages book is aimed specifically at TurboDOS, most of it is applicable to Z-80 assembly programming in general, and under the CP/M operating system in particular. This book was originally written for use as a textbook and reference manual when I taught assembly language programming under the TurboDOS operating system.
The current fourth edition was rewritten in Microsoft Word 2003 using Times New Roman for the body, Arial for titles, and Courier New for source code examples. It is formatted to print on any modern inkjet or laser printer. The 64180 instructions have been converted to Z-180 instructions, all tables have been completely reformatted, and the “ASCII” character table has been expanded to include the Latin 1 and WinLatin1 character sets."
The file was originally posted on the Information Technology Corporate Histories website as a .zip file by Emmanuel Roche on June 6, 2009, and reposted as a .pdf file by Luanne Johnson on February 8, 2012. Donated by Emmanuel Roche. 1945 scanned pages.