Using machine code is a more efficient way of programming than using the simple BASIC language. At the expense of a little complexity in program writing, the rewards of machine code programming can be reaped.
A. P. Stephenson, author of several books and a regular contributor to the microcomputer press, has produced here a very readable and lively introduction to 6502 machine code. The book is specially written for owners of 6502 based microcomputers, BBC Micro, Acorn atom, Pet, Apple, etc.
The book will be sent by insured courier delivery.The covers are clean, with some noticeable light general handling creases, and light tanning to the top of the front cover and down the spine; corners are lightly rubbed. Text block edges are lightly dust soiled. Inside, page 5 has a small light brown water-stain, otherwise pages are clean and bright.