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| caption = OS-9 Insights Cover Ed. 2.
 
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| date = 1988, 1992, 1994
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| author = [[Peter Dibble]]
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| publisher = Microware Systems Corp
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| pub_date = 1988, 1992, 1994
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| pages = 348, 542, 645
 
| format = Hard Cover Book
 
| format = Hard Cover Book
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| infosource = [[Dean Leiber]]
 
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As the title says, this book was written for advanced programmers and explains OS-9 from memory through file managers.
 
As the title says, this book was written for advanced programmers and explains OS-9 from memory through file managers.
There are 3 editions to this book. Edition 2 (1992) Covers up to OS-9 V2.4 and Edition 3.0 (1994) covers OS-9 V3.0.  
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There are three editions to this book. Edition 2 (1992) Covers up to OS-9 V2.4 and Edition 3 (1994) covers OS-9 V3.0.  
  
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OS-9 Insights
OS-9 Insights
Title OS-9 Insights
Author Peter Dibble
Publisher Microware Systems Corp
Pub Date 1988, 1992, 1994
Pages 348, 542, 645
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Format Hard Cover Book
Notes
Info Source Dean Leiber

OS-9 Insights - An Advanced Programmer's Guide to OS-9

As the title says, this book was written for advanced programmers and explains OS-9 from memory through file managers. There are three editions to this book. Edition 2 (1992) Covers up to OS-9 V2.4 and Edition 3 (1994) covers OS-9 V3.0.