[vcf-midatlantic] Looking for a kid friendly 6502 assembly language book

Neil Cherry ncherry at linuxha.com
Mon Sep 2 13:25:57 EDT 2019

On 9/2/19 9:21 AM, corey cohen via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
> I’m going to try to see if my 12 year old son might want to learn 6502 assembly.   He
> knows some basic but I want him to learn how computers really work which means he
> should learn assembly.  All my assembly books assume a lot and I figure 6502 is basic
> enough since he won’t have to worry about memory segments and stuff like that.
> The best guideline I can think of is... if it’s a book Evan can learn to program in
> assembly on an Apple II, then it would be perfect for Ben to learn. @Evan, I think
> you’ll agree here.

I always liked playing with the Apple ROM monitor. You could call it
from basic. I've always tended to learn from the ROM monitors. I have
Omnimon for both my Atari 800 and 800XL. I have Humbug for the MC10
and CoCo 1-3. I'm building Humbug for rest of motorola boards.

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