Jim Butterfield

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Jim Butterfield (* February 14, 1936 in Ponoka, Alberta, Canada; † June 29,2007) was a Canadian programmer in the homecomputer aera. He lived in Toronto and died of cancer in June 2007.

He wrote many books and articles in computer magazines about programming homecomputers as e.g. KIM-1, C64, VIC-20, ZX-81 in BASIC and assembler.

Books (selection)[edit | edit source]

  • Commodore Reference Diary (Zeitschrift 1984-1986?; ISBN 0-77304-093-5)
  • The First Book of KIM (Hayden Book; ISBN 0-8104-5119-0)
  • Learning Machine Code Programming on the Commodore 64 and other Commodore computers (Brady; ISBN 0-89303-652-8)
  • Machine Language Programming for the Commodore 64: Commodore 64/Book and 64K Disk (Simon & Schuster; ISBN 0-89303-653-6)
  • Machine Language for the Commodore 64, 128, and Other Commodore Computers (Last Edition 1986, Brady / Prentice Hall Press; ISBN 0-89303-664-1)

Links[edit | edit source]

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