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The Amiga, like other microcomputers, contains a ROM full of routines that
make programming the machine easier.  The purpose of this book is to show
you how to use these routines.  Perhaps the best way to learn Amiga
programming is by following examples and that is the method used in this
book.  Before starting though it will be helpful to go over some Amiga
fundamentals.  This section presents some of the basics that all Amiga
programmers need to know.

 Programming in the Amiga Environment 
 About the Examples 
 General Amiga Development Guidelines 
 1.3 Compatibility Issues 
 Commodore Applications and Technical Support (CATS) 
 Error Reports