Learn Multiplatform Assembly Programming...
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"Learn Multiplatform Assembly Programming... With Chibiakumas" is my
series of books... Each book covers a whopping 5 CPU's it's aimed at
the absolute beginner.
Volume 1 covers the Z80, 6502, 68000, 8086 and early ARM CPUs
Volume 2 covers ARM Thumb, 65816, 6809, PDP-11 and Risc-V CPUs
There's an introduction covering the terminology you'll come across,
an introduction to each processor, it's registers and addressing
modes, and a summary of all the major commands, written in a style
intended to be 'down to earth' and more suited to regular readers!
Each book contains around 300 pages is available now from Amazon
either in print as a paperback or digitally on Kindle.
Now in Hardback and Large A4 size!
Check them out here: https://amzn.to/3hgETuM
My 1st book covers ASM programming on Z80, 6502, 68000, 8086 and ARM
My 2nd book book covers ARM Thumb, 65816, 6809, PDP-11 and Risc-V
The Large print versions can be a little hard to find... the links
Vol 1 A4: https://amzn.to/3T8WzFG
Vol 2 A4: https://amzn.to/3WC9jaM
It should be available on your 'local' amazon too - If you live
somewhere else Just search for chibiakumas !
All the tutorials in both books can be
downloaded here in a single file:
Download the SourceCode for the book examples.
(Z80, 6502, 68000, 8086, Arm / Thumb, 65816, 6809, PDP-11, Risc-V)
I have a collection cheatsheets of all the instructions for each cpu!
You can download my pre-configured Notepad++ with build scripts:
Volume 1: Z80,
6502, 68000, 8086, ARM
Volume 2: Thumb,
65816, 6809, PDP-11,
I have a series of tutorials covering the command set of each processor.
Volume 1: Z80,
68000, 8086, ARM
Volume 2: Thumb,
I've previously made tutorial videos similar to those in the book:
8086: Hello World, Bitmap,
||ARM Thumb: Hello World,
65816: Hello World, Bitmap/Joystick
6809: Hello World,
PDP-11: Hello World, Showing Data/Reading Data
Printed Book Buyers Remorse: Get the PDF Free if
you bought in print! (Both Volume 1 and 2)
I want to encourage people to buy the printed copy, but of course there
are many benefits to digital PDFs.
Therefore I'm pleased to offer all purchasers of the printed book a free
Just send a picture of your copy of the book (As proof of purchase) via
email to the address below (it an image because I don't want spam)... I'll
reply with a link to the PDF version of the book - it's a special improved
version with a few additions and corrections!
You don't need to be in the picture, it can just be on the floor or a
Send Your picture to :
Feel free to show off some of your retro hardware, or your dev machine...
Here's some of the great hardware used by readers!
Want to publish your own book? Everything I used to create mine is FREE!
My book was published by Amazon
KDP print on demand (It's free!).It was written with Libreoffice
(Long Term Support ver) and the cover art was built with Scribus
Artwork in the book was designed with Blender
and drawn with Krita,
Screenshots were taken with Irfanview,
and sourcecode was cut to size with The
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