Computing Books written by Boris AllanThe following is a list of Computing Books written by Boris Allan 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 Boris Allan in our collection :
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In this novel approach to the language Boris Allan finds a way through Forth, by looking at how it works and how it functions. This is not a manual - Boris Allan is more concentrated with the use of forth in analysing its logical implications ad in the use of graphics than with the more mundane numerical applications.
The graphics in this book match the style and the sophistication of the BBC computer and its basic language. Boris Allan shows what can be achieved with turtle graphics - the most powerful and artistic way of programming graphics on a computer.
by Boris Allan
Paperback 314 pages
This book aims to provide a comprehensive course in C programming. The book teaches the C programming language at tertiary level with a strong emphasis on `good' programming techniques using real examples. The book benefits from Boris Allan's extensive experience of teaching in higher education and preliminary versions have been used on in-house training courses for FORTRAN and Pascal programmers learning C. Differences between C compilers are highlighted where appropriate to assist working programmers understand their system - of particular importance to the use of the book as an independent text. Hide
Our book was kindly donated by Julian Bryant