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Acorn Electron Advanced User Guide - Book

Acorn Electron Advanced User Guide
by Mark Holmes & Adrian Dickens

This guide describes the facilities of the Acorn Electron in the detail required by the serious programmer and acts as a supplement to the Aorn Electron User Guide.
Covering hardware and software, including ROM, events & interupts, the ULA, memory map and interfacing to the expansion bus.

A 250 page book in mint condition.

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Brainteasers For the BBC and Electron Computers

Brainteasers For the BBC and Electron Computers
by Genevieve Ludinski

A collection of "brainteaser" programs requiring logic, general knowledge and mathematical skills to solve.  The programs exploit the graphics capabilities of the Electron and BBC.

A different, 130 page paper back programming book in excellent condition.

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Electron Assembly Language - Acorn Electron Book

Electron Assembly Language by Bruce Smith

An excellent guide to machine code programming on the Electron.
There are programs throughout the book giving many opportunitites for "trial runs" at any stage.
Also includes ASCII codes, assembly language equivalents of BASIC statements, the Instruction Set and opcodes for the 6502.

A mint condition 200 page book.

ELEC6
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Graphic Art for the Electron Computer

Graphic Art for the Electron Computer
Turtle Graphics and Art
by Boris Allen

Allows the reader to use and understand the exciting "turtle graphics" techniques.
Specially written for the Electron, makes full use of all the graphics facilities.

An excellent 106 page paper back in very good condition.

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Start Programming With The Electron

Start Programming With The Electron
Masoud Yazdani
Original Programming Manual which was packed with the Acorn Electron.
140 page paper back in very good condition
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The Electron Book

The Electron Book
BASIC, Sound and Graphics
by Jim McGegor & Alan Watt

This book will guide you step-by-step from the moment when you first plug in to a stage where you'll be making full use of the Electron's capabilities.
BASIC, sound, graphics and animation are described clearly and simply so that you will be writting extensive programs at early stage.

This is an extensive and detailed book covering well over 300 pages - in very good condition.