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====Amiga Profi Know-How (1991)====
====Amiga Profi Know-How (1991)====
[[Image:Amiga Profi-Know-How front.jpg|thumb|left]]
written by Kuhnert, Maelger, Schemmel<br />
written by Kuhnert, Maelger, Schemmel<br />
published by Data Becker GmbH<br />
published by Data Becker GmbH<br />

Revision as of 02:06, 2 March 2008

Official reference manuals

  • Amiga® RKM Devices Manual
  • Amiga® Hardware Reference Manual
  • Amiga® RKM Libraries Manual
  • Includes_and_Autodocs_2._guide/ - Includes and Autodocs 2.0
  • Includes_and_Autodocs_3._guide/ - Includes and Autodocs 3.5

HTML version can be found on: http://pub.elowar.com/AmigaDev/

Books for learning 680x0 assembler

Amiga Assember Insider Guide

Author: Paul Overaa
ISBN 1-873308-27-2

Mastering Amiga Assembler

Author: Paul Overaa
ISBN 1-873308-11-6

Compute's Amiga Machine Language Programming Guide (1987/1988 ?)

Author: Daniel Wolf (and Douglas Leavitt Jr. ?)

Amiga Machine Language (1987)

subtitle: A practicle guide to learning 68000 assembler language on the Amiga
Author: Stefan Dittrich
Publisher: Abacus Software Inc
ISBN 1557550255

Reference books

These books are not meant to learn assembler, but to give more insight in coding using the OS (system-friendly) or directly hitting the hardware.

The Amiga Guru Book (1993)

Author: Ralph Babel ISBN (no ISBN, has been published by Ralph Babel himself) For more info see:

Amiga Profi Know-How (1991)

Amiga Profi-Know-How front.jpg

written by Kuhnert, Maelger, Schemmel
published by Data Becker GmbH
ISBN 3-89011-301-X

Short description: About 60% is about using the AmigaOS 2.X libraries and 40% about Amiga 3000 hardware and hardware hitting stuff.

for a larger list of books see: Amiga Related Books FAQ (last updated in july 2001)