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<title>Programming with Ophis</title>
<copyright><year>2006-2014</year><holder>Michael Martin</holder></copyright>
<part label="I">
<title>Using the Ophis Assembler</title>
The chapters in Part 1 are a tutorial guiding you through the
features and programming model of the Ophis assembler. It uses
the Commodore 64 as its target platform.
This is not a tutorial on 6502 assembly language; those are
available elsewhere.
<part label="II">
<title>To HLL and Back</title>
This is a compilation of an essay series I wrote from
2002-2005 explaining how to apply HLL constructs from
high-level languages in your assembly language projects.
The examples have been updated and modernized for Ophis 2, and
while the examples all target the Commodore 64, they are more
generally applicable.