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Andrew Miller

Posts 223
30 Sep 2019 12:09


I am looking to get started in Amiga programming in general and Apollo in specific. I have Storm C v4 (once I connect up my CDdrive), and the normal AsmOne/Pro that comes on CoffinOS.

Does anyone know of any good guides for using AsmOne/Pro? Preferrably accessible from my Amiga.

I have several old Amiga books covering C and Assembler, but would like to have more up to date info before I start diving into AsmOne.

Thanks


Mike Kopack

Posts 268
30 Sep 2019 16:19


This might help some. 

EXTERNAL LINK


Daniel Sevo

Posts 299
30 Sep 2019 20:26


Andrew Miller wrote:

I am looking to get started in Amiga programming in general and Apollo in specific. I have Storm C v4 (once I connect up my CDdrive), and the normal AsmOne/Pro that comes on CoffinOS.
 
  Does anyone know of any good guides for using AsmOne/Pro? Preferrably accessible from my Amiga.
 
  I have several old Amiga books covering C and Assembler, but would like to have more up to date info before I start diving into AsmOne.
 
  Thanks

Hi Andy
EXTERNAL LINK  Its a series..



Steve Ferrell

Posts 397
30 Sep 2019 22:00


Andrew Miller wrote:

  I am looking to get started in Amiga programming in general and Apollo in specific. I have Storm C v4 (once I connect up my CDdrive), and the normal AsmOne/Pro that comes on CoffinOS.
 
  Does anyone know of any good guides for using AsmOne/Pro? Preferrably accessible from my Amiga.
 
  I have several old Amiga books covering C and Assembler, but would like to have more up to date info before I start diving into AsmOne.
 
  Thanks
 

 
Assembly is a lot of work and unless you're coding an application that needs hand optimized code for speed, then you might be better off starting with C and then learning assembly to insert inline assembly code into your C sources where speed is critical or where you want to use AMMX.  This book, Amiga C for Beginners from Abacus (free download) is an outstanding resource if you want to learn C on the Amiga:  EXTERNAL LINK 


Andrew Miller

Posts 223
01 Oct 2019 11:25


Thanks guys, those should help a lot.

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