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The Complete Spectrum ROM Disassembly (1983)

by Ian Logan

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The Sinclair ZX Spectrum is a worthy successor to the ZX 81 which in its turn replaced the ZX 80.
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The Sinclair Spectrum is a complex microcomputer whose normal operation is controlled by the 16K ROM program that is inside every Spectrum. In this book, Dr. Ian Logan and Dr. Frank O'Hara examine this program and explain exactly what it is that makes the Spectrum operate in the way that is does. Every routine in the ROM has been disassembled and has full comments on what its function is and how is relates to the other functions in the ROM.
Overall, the 16K ROM program offers an extremely wide range of BASIC commands and functions. This book makes all the functions and entry points available for use in your own programs or for modification into your own special routines.
The COMPLETE SPECTRUM ROM DISASSEMBLY is a must for all serious programmers of the Spectrum.
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