One of the very last purchases I made for my C64 before moving onto the PC was an Assembly Language book.
I first read about it in issue #40 of Commodore Format (January 1994) and decided to order a copy at the time. Around the same time Commodore Format ran a small assembly language series, which I will dig out from my collection and revisit over the coming week also. At some point in time I removed the binding from the book and put it into a protective sleeve binder to ensure the pages did not bend or rip over time as I moved my C64 gear around. I found it yesterday with a number of programming notes I had made so long ago, and this should come in handy as a physical reference and something to read while on the train.
I came across another assembler I liked the look of win2c64 (link). The syntax is something I’m more familiar with, so I’m going to give it a go. From what I’ve read online, DASM is a little more complicated to work with, but has long term benefits and I very well may switch back to it.
I put together a simple syntax highlighting set for Sublime 2 to use with win2c64. It will need some adjusting, but for now works nicely.