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=== Notes ===
 
=== Notes ===
 
* Every major category containing many sub section have a printer friendly link beside their name.
 
* Every major category containing many sub section have a printer friendly link beside their name.
 
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* There is no section for the iNes mapper id yet.  Please check this temporary condensed list [[iNES_mapper_list|here]].
 
* The wiki will use a wide range of well known acronym to make your reading shorter and simpler. If some acronym are still new to you, especially if you're just starting nes development, you can refer at any time to the [[nes_glossary|nes terms glossary]].
 
* The wiki will use a wide range of well known acronym to make your reading shorter and simpler. If some acronym are still new to you, especially if you're just starting nes development, you can refer at any time to the [[nes_glossary|nes terms glossary]].

Revision as of 09:45, 12 June 2009

The nes reference guide is the section of the wiki were you will find all major hardware reference divided by categories in their simplest form. From this list, you can drill down to a more specific section of the selected category. <br\><br\>

Hardware reference

File reference


Notes

  • Every major category containing many sub section have a printer friendly link beside their name.
  • There is no section for the iNes mapper id yet. Please check this temporary condensed list here.
  • The wiki will use a wide range of well known acronym to make your reading shorter and simpler. If some acronym are still new to you, especially if you're just starting nes development, you can refer at any time to the nes terms glossary.