1987 Exploring the Apple IIGS
Gary B. Little, the author of the acclaimedInside the Apple IIeandInside the Apple IIchas written an in-depth, technical introduction to the inner workings of the Apple IIGS. Written for all assembly language and Applesoft BASIC programmers, Exploring The Apple IIGS is a detailed study of how the Apple IIGS is built and how it works.
Little provides thorough discussions of:
the architecture and capabilities of the 65816 microprocessorsoftware development environments and utilitiesthe Apple IIGS Programmer's Workshopfile management with ProDOS 16memory map and memory managementusing Super Hi-Res graphicsevent handlingusing the Apple IIGS Toolbox
Little's easy-to-read style makes the intricacies of programming the Apple IIGS readily accessible. He analyzes all the major functions a programmer will have to know and shows how to assemble them into a complete application. Each chapter features extensive examples of program code. Exploring the Apple IIGS is the ideal guide to learning to program the exciting Apple IIGS.
Light crease in the back cover. Otherwise, the book is in very good condition. Softcover, 416 pages. Second edition. Copyright 1987.This item ships WORLDWIDE.