Computing Books written by John Vander Reyden

The following is a list of Computing Books written by John Vander Reyden 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 3 Computing Books written by John Vander Reyden in our collection :
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Dragon Machine Language for the Absolute Beginner Date: 1983 Dragon Machine Language for the Absolute Beginner

Write faster, more powerful space saving programs for your Dragon.

Publisher: Melbourne House Publishers
Author: John Vander Reyden
Platform: Dragon 32

Meteoric Programming Date: 1983 Meteoric Programming

WARNING

Your Oric-1 is about to become Meteoric.

Now you can achieve Meteoric software performance from your micro with this collection of 30 dynamic programs, designed specifically for the Oric-1 home computer.

ISBN 0 86161 1241

Publisher: Melbourne House
Author: John Vander Reyden
Platform:

VIC 20 Exposed Date: Unknown VIC 20 Exposed

Now you can understand all the mysteries of your VIC 20, without having to struggle through its complex user's guide.

VIC 20 Exposed gives an in-depth explanation of the entire VIC 20 system in a clear and easy to follow manner. With this book, every VIC 20 owner will be able to understand how this versatile home computer actually works.

Every function and programming variable is carefully explained, and with the aid of the many demonstration programs, this book will teach you how totake full advantage of all the VIC 20's impressive capabilities. You'll soon be achieving effects more spectacular than you believed possible from a standard VIC 20.

VIC 20 Exposed even contains a special section that gives an excellent insight into every aspect of the VIC 20's hardware operation.

Because this book is designed to take you through the VIC 20's entire operation from beginning to end, VIC 20 Exposed is an essential aid to every VIC 20 owner, from first time computer users right up to the serious programmer.

Publisher: Melbourne House
Author: John Vander Reyden
Platform: Commodore VIC-20

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