Originally published by Melbourne House in 1983, this outstanding reference work on Commodore 64 programming found its home on many programmers' shelves back in the heyday of the home microcomputer.
Text from the original back cover:
Outstanding color . . . sound synthesis . . . graphics . . . computing capabilities . . . the synergistic marriage of state-of-the-art technologies. These features make the C64 the most advanced personal computer in its class.
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