1977 Intel 8080 Bugbook Microprocessor Programming/Interfacing MITS Altair IMSAI For Sale

1977 Intel 8080 Bugbook Microprocessor Programming/Interfacing MITS Altair IMSAI


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1977 Intel 8080 Bugbook Microprocessor Programming/Interfacing MITS Altair IMSAI:
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1977 Intel 8080(A) Bugbook
Part of the famous "Bugbook" series, this fascinating book contains everything you need to know to program and interface your 8080 micro. Apart from a little cover wear, the book is in very good condition. Softcover. This item ships WORLDWIDE.
Chapter 1 deals with the basic concept of the microcomputer. The second chapter describes a small 8080-based microcomputer, while Chapter 3 is an introduction to microcomputer programming. The fourth chapter covers device select pulse generation, and Chapter 5 shows how to count the number of clock cycles for the execution of microcomputer program segments. The subject of the sixth chapter is the internal operation of the 8080 chip. Chapter 7 is devoted to microcomputer input/output, and the final chapter deals with subroutines, interrupts, external flags, and stacks. References and 8080 and 8080A instruction set summaries are given in the appendixes.


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