|sixth print||In English|
|ISBN: 0-201-11078-4 (Fennica) (HelMet) (Kirjastot.fi) (Library of Congress)
LCCN: 86-10878 (Library of Congress)
|Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.|
The Amiga Computer is an exciting new high-performance microcomputer with superb graphics, sound, and multitasking capabilities. Its technologically advanced hardware, designed around the Motorola 68000 microprocessor, includes three sophisticated custom chips that control graphics, audio, and peripherals. The Amiga's unique system software is contained in 192K of read-only memory (ROM), providing programmers with unparalleled power, flexibility, and convience in designing and creating programs.
The AMIGA ROM KERNEL REFERENCE MANUAL: Libraries and Devices, written by the technical staff at Commodore-Amiga, Inc., is a detailed introduction to and description of the hundreds of graphics, animation, text, math and audio routines that make up the Amiga's ROM.
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