Computing Books written by Clive Prigmore

The following is a list of Computing Books written by Clive Prigmore in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 6 Computing Books written by Clive Prigmore in our collection :
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30 Hour Basic Date: 1981 30 Hour Basic

30 Hour Basic is a simple self-instructional course on the language of microcomputers.

Publisher: BBC NEC
Author: Clive Prigmore
Platform:

30 Hour Basic - Spectrum Edition Date: 1983 30 Hour Basic - Spectrum Edition

Publisher: National Extension College
Author: Clive Prigmore
Platform: ZX Spectrum

30 Hour Basic - Standard Edition Date: 1981 30 Hour Basic - Standard Edition

30 Hour Basic is a simple self-instructional course on the language of microcomputers.

Publisher: BBC Nec
Author: Clive Prigmore
Platform:

30 Hour Basic - ZX81 Edition Date: 1982 30 Hour Basic - ZX81 Edition

30 Hour Basic is a simple self-instructional course on the language of microcomputers.
 
The computer programme BBC TV
National Extension College

Publisher: National Extension College
Author: Clive Prigmore
Platform:

30 Hour BASIC Electron Edition Date: 1984 30 Hour BASIC Electron Edition

Publisher: BEC PRint
Author: Clive Prigmore
Platform:

A Prolog Primer Date: 1987 A Prolog Primer

Back cover:
Clive Prigmore's text assumes no previous knowledge of programming, covers a broad range of applications with many examples taken from educational and commercial environments, introduces all the essential techniques of programming in PROLOG.

Publisher: Edward Arnold
Author: Clive Prigmore
Platform:

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