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Mike James

Copyright © BERNARD BEBANI (publishing) LTD

First published February 1982 by BERNARD BEBANI (publishing) LTD

ISBN 0 85934 077 5

From the rear cover:

The 6809 microprocessor is becoming increasingly important as more and more manufacturers use it in popular machines.

Mike James has been an enthusiastic user of the 6809 since it was first introduced and this book has been written for programmers who want to make the most of this powerful microprocessor.

It is a work of reference which includes the topics needed in a machine companion: history, architecture, addressing modes and the instruction set (fully commented). In addition there are chapters on converting programs from the 6800, programming style, interrupt handling, and about the 6809 hardware and software that are available.