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Offline MrTrev

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Amiga programming
« on: April 06, 2015, 11:48:00 PM »
After watching the Amiga intro entries for Revision 2015, I'd love to have a crack at programming for the Amiga. Where would someone start? Any suggestions or advice to run for the hills instead? lol...

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Re: Amiga programming
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2015, 11:39:54 PM »
Hello mate,
I 'coded' on the Amiga back in the day - mainly in AMOS but eventually went on to do some 68000 assembly using Devpac. Depending on your level on programming knowledge . . . and of course what you want to do . . . demoscene stuff is ALL assembly . . . and very good assembly too. However if you want to just piss about a little then I would go AMOS professional / Blitz Basic etc . . . some great stuff has been coded in those. I would also recommend you visit . . . www.dbfinteractive.com and join their forums too. They are ALL very helpful and there are some amazing coders on there.
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