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Here is a completely remastered PDF of the BBC Master Reference Manual parts 1 and 2.
- The look and layout of the original books have been preserved.
- A number of error corrections have been applied to the text.
- All diagrams have been redrawn in vectors.
- There is extensive hyperlinking - click on any reference to a page, chapter or section, or on any OSBYTE/OSWORD or *command reference to jump directly to the relevant page.
Also included is a disc image containing the listings from part 2. Boot the disc to see a list of programs and which section of the manual they correspond to.
Other remastered user guides in this series:
Advanced Master Reference Manual
Advanced User Guide
New Advanced User Guide
BBC Micro User Guide (Model B and B+ editions)
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Absolutely amazing, thankyou so much.
Now that I'm looking at these, I wonder how I got by with only the NAUG for the past two years!
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+1 - this is great, thank you. An excellent (and searchable) replacement for the enormous PDF (of not-quite-aligned images) that I've been using so far!
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Superb work. It's really nice to have these volumes as a proper fully searchable resource.
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Another excellent piece of work. Thank you very much.
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Top notch as usual
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Excellent and beautifully done. Thanks!
BBC Master 128, BBC Model B i7, PMS B2P-6502 2nd proc., PiTubeDirect (both internal and external), RetroClinic Multi-OS Selector, Sundby 256k RAM/ROM card, MMFS, Gotek, Music 500, ..
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Ooh that's so crisp. What are you building these manuals in?