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As I have been peeking into this site for a little I thought

it would be a good place to start and hopefully increase

skills/understanding.

 

In particular programming. I am looking for more information

on graphics and sound. I know this is a large area but

it seems to be a little thin for my liking. I have gone

the obvious route into the reference manuals and applesoft

programming but I have found that it is just not enough.

 

Does anyone have copies of the following books?

 

Animation Magic with your Apple //e and //c by Ron Person

Animation, games and sound for the Apple II/IIE by Tony Fabbri

Enhancing your Apple II Vol 1 by Don Lancaster ( I can only find Vol II)

Biting Deeper into the Apple's core an introduction to advanced apple II

programming by Richard Rabkin

Apple Roots: Assembly Language Programming for the Apple //e and //c

by Mark Andrews.

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As I have been peeking into this site for a little I thought

it would be a good place to start and hopefully increase

skills/understanding.

 

In particular programming. I am looking for more information

on graphics and sound. I know this is a large area but

it seems to be a little thin for my liking. I have gone

the obvious route into the reference manuals and applesoft

programming but I have found that it is just not enough.

 

Does anyone have copies of the following books?

I have seen mentioned of some of these...

 

Animation Magic with your Apple //e and //c by Ron Person

Nothing so far.....

 

Animation, games and sound for the Apple II/IIE by Tony Fabbri

Nothing so far...

 

Have you seen, "Apple Graphics & Arcade Game Design by Jeffrey Stanton"

 

Enhancing your Apple II Vol 1 by Don Lancaster ( I can only find Vol II)

I found Don's Assembly Language Books:

Apple Assembly Cookbook I

Apple Assenbly Cookbook II

"Directors Cut" excerpt of AACB1

Machine Language Programming Cookbook I

MLPCI "Level II" Rework ( in process )

Machine Language Programming Cookbook II

 

 

Biting Deeper into the Apple's core an introduction to advanced apple II

programming by Richard Rabkin

Nothing so far....

 

Apple Roots: Assembly Language Programming for the Apple //e and //c

by Mark Andrews.

Maybe here, if you can create an account.

 

 

Have you thought about buying the recently released, "Assembly Lines: The Complete Book ".

 

 

MarkO

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It's a shame that there is not an amount of Apple books available

on archive sites that you can read easily, I would've thought

that Don Lancaster's Enhancing your Apple II Vol 1 would

be on his site but it is not. I have found Assembly Lines: The complete book

on http://mirrors.apple2.org.za/ftp.apple.asimov.net/documentation/programming/6502assembly/

 

As for the Assembly Roots and the link that is posted. It is only available

to select countries. Alas I miss out.

 

This site has some Apple books. Just goto the right side of the site and click on bookshelf.

 

www.yesterbits.com

 

Not to mention I am also chasing these titles:-

 

Graphics and Animation on the Apple II, II+, IIe and IIc by Christopher Lampton

The 3-D animated apple by Phil Cohen

HiRes/Double Hi-Res Graphics for the Apple IIc and Apply II family by William H. DeWitt

Hi-Res graphics & animation using assembly by Leonard Malkin

Apple Machine Language by Don Inman/Kurtz Inman

Apple II assembly language by Marvin L. De Jong.

Apple Machine Language by Robert D Rosen

Machine Level Programming on the Apple II IIe by Graham Keeler

Modular Programming Routines for the Apple II+/IIe/IIc by Bruno B. Wolff Jnr

Applesoft subroutine cookbook for the Apple II,II+,IIe & IIc by David D. Busch

Apple II Assembly Language Exercises by Leo J. Scanlon

Apple II Programmer's Handbook by RIchard Vile Jnr

 

But I will keep looking until I find I more books than are currently at hand.

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On 9/8/2020 at 8:42 AM, Monash said:

"Apple Roots: Assembly Language Programming for the Apple //e and //c" by Mark Andrews is now available online at www.archive.org :)

 

Doing a search at https://www.archive.org/ didn't return any results for the Title.   Do you have a Link to it??

 

MarkO

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