Computing Books published by CollinsThe following is a list of Computing Books published by Collins 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 9 Computing Books published by Collins in our collection :
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Including CP/M, Printers and Business Applications
Collins Revision Aids
This explains essential terms and concepts.
A-Z arrangement for quick reference
150 clear line drawings and tables
231 page pocket book
This book describes techniques of animation, sketching and painting, interactive graphics and realistic 3-D graphics including perspective and stereoscopic images - all of which can be achieved entirely from BASIC. Many of the techniques described are normally thought of as advanced but they are introduced in a practical way with plenty of programming examples.
by A P Stephenson, D J Stephenson
Paperback: 162 pages
Publisher: Collins (January 24, 1985)
Platform: Commodore 64
It shows how the paged ROM system and ROM filing system work, and provides programming examples to help readers produce their own sideways ROMs using EPROMs and sideways Ram.
"A knowledge of the Commodore 64 kernal software and the hardware with which it interacts is essential for programmers wishing to make full use of the machine's capabilities. The kernal software provides the interface between the user, the BASIC interpreter and the electronics - and a thorough knowledge of its functioning gives the programmer a wealth of ideas and methods for interesting programming techniques."
by Nick Hampshire with Richard Franklin and Carl Graham. Published 1985 by Collins in London . Softcover Written in English. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class001.64/24 Library of Congress QA76.8.C64 Number of pages 215 ID Numbers Open Library OL14875438M ISBN 10 000383087X Kindly donated by David Braben (This book is named inside the cover by Ian Bell)