Scanned by Rich Tener.  Optimized and posted by Commodore.ca December 2007

Note that many of these PDFs are large files, so you may want to right click on the link and select SAVE TARGET AS rather than trying to access them directly through your browser

c64-users-guide-manual-cover Chapter 0 – C64 Users Guide – Contents & Introduction1MB
Chapter 1 – C64 Users Guide – Setup1.3MB
Chapter 2 – C64 Users Guide – Getting Started1.8MB
Chapter 3 – C64 Users Guide – Basic Programming1.1MB
Chapter 4 – C64 Users Guide – Advanced Basic1.4MB
Chapter 5 – C64 Users Guide – Advanced Color Graphic Commands1.3MB

Chapter 6 – C64 Users Guide – Sprite Graphics

1.3MB
Chapter 7 – C64 Users Guide – Creating Sound1.3MB
Chapter 8 – C64 Users Guide – Advanced Data Handling1.4MB
Chapter 9 – C64 Users Guide – Appendices7.2MB

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Lars · February 6, 2014 at 10:34 am

Also a warm thank you from a 41 year guy in Denmark for sharing these PDFs. I’ve just bought my first ever C64 (I had a C128 when I was a child), and I plan to re-live my childhood dream of coding games.
Cheers,
Lars

    imatthews

    imatthews · February 20, 2014 at 12:04 am

    Hi Lars; We are glad to help and hope you enjoy your C128 machine for years to come. Do not hesitate to post programing questions in our user forum: http://www.commodore.ca/forum 🙂

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Curtis Fitz · January 4, 2014 at 12:15 am

I love Commodore 64

    imatthews

    imatthews · January 11, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    It was amazing for its time and it would be difficult to overstate what it did for computing. Millions of people wrote programs for this (and related i.e. C128) hardware and even if they were not published, they developed at least a basic understanding of computing which would help them for the rest of their lives.

    I am glad you still like the C64 and very glad you have found our site.

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Michele Laino (From ITALY) · October 29, 2013 at 7:34 am

In the past 1985 I purchased my Commodore 64 machine, and then I could learn the BASIC language; and it liked me very much. Successively, with that background,I learned The Visual Basic language of Microsoft.
Thanks Commodore.ca

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