Computing Books written by Tim Hartnell

The following is a list of Computing Books written by Tim Hartnell 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 5 Computing Books written by Tim Hartnell in our collection :
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30 Dynamic Games for the Aquarius Date: 1983 30 Dynamic Games for the Aquarius


Author: Tim Hartnell
Platform: Aquarius

Let Your BBC Micro Teach you to Program Date: 1982 Let Your BBC Micro Teach you to Program

This book by best-selling author Tim Hartnell is the ideal companion for you if the BBC Microcomputer is your first computer. It takes you, step by simple step, through programming in BBC BASIC - with a number of worthwhile programs - and then goes further, giving you leads to develop and expand your programming skills in the coming months.

Publisher: Interface Publications
Author: Tim Hartnell
Platform: BBC Micro

QL Handbook Date: 1984 QL Handbook



Author: Tim Hartnell
Platform:

Replicating Reality: Exploring Computer Simulations Date: 1985 Replicating Reality: Exploring Computer Simulations

Authors: Derrick Morris & Roland N Ibbett
Publisher: Macmillan
Paperback 266 pages
Published 1979
ISBN: 0-333-25750-2

 

Publisher: Interface Publications
Author: Tim Hartnell
Platform:

The ZX Spectrum Explored Date: 1982 The ZX Spectrum Explored

Publisher: Sinclair Browne
Author: Tim Hartnell
Platform:

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