Computing Books published by SYBEXThe following is a list of Computing Books published by SYBEX 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 24 Computing Books published by SYBEX in our collection :
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Learn how to write practical applications programs for the 6502. This book includes more than 50 exercises designed to test your skills every step of the way.
For the Commodore 128
Publisher: Sybex, 1987
Soft-cover 176 pages
Strategy guide for 1996 computer game.
by Jean-Pierre Lamoitier
Publisher: Sybex Inc., U. S
Date Published: 1981
ISBN-13: 9780895880567 ISBN: 0895880563
Dutch language programming handbook
Sybex Inc. (Author), Sybex Inc. (Author)
Paperback: 1015 pages
Publisher: Sybex; 1st edition (June 15, 2002)
Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.9 x 2.1 inches
This book explains techniques for using, altering and adding features to the CP/M operating system.
"...Tim Knight reveals all the hard to find secrets of sound and music programming with ST BASIC, and the ST's Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI)"
Interfacing is no longer an art, but a set of techniques and components. This book will teach you how to interconnect a complete system, and interface it to all the usual peripherals. It covers hardware and software skills and techniques, including the use and design of model buses such as the IEEE 488 or S100.
This book is a complete and detailed introduction to microprocessors and microcomputer systems. Easy to read, even for the novice, it covers the concepts, techniques and chips used to create systems. The standard design techniques presented are applicable to nearly all microprocessors. This highly acclaimed textbook is used by educational institutions worldwide. No prior electronic or computer training is necessary.
Programming the 6502 (Paperback)
by Rodnay Zaks (Author)
Paperback: 386 pages
Publisher: Sybex Inc.,U.S.; 3rd edition (September 1980)
Authors: Rodnay Zaks
Publisher: Sybex Inc.,U.S.
ISBN-10: 0895881357 ISBN-13: 9780895881359
Binding: Paperback (4th)
Donated by Julian Bryant
by Steve Williams
Edition First Edition
Binding Soft Cover
"Learn everything about assembly-language programming with the Motorola 68000. This self-contained tutorial will take you through all the necessary steps from understanding what assembly programming is, through a mastery of such advanced techniques as exception or interrupt programming, and interfacing with higher level languages and operating systems. A thorough treatment of the 68000 architecture and instruction set lays the foundation for industrial or custom applications. Beyond this, a unique feature of this book is its relevance to such essential topics as: The UNIX operating system: Version 7 System V System III Xenix. The C programming language. The CP/M 68K operating system. This book has been designed to cover the 68000, 68008, and 68010 processors. These processors are used in a wide range of products such as: The Altos, The TRS-80 Model 16 Computer, The Apple Macintosh line, The Apple Laser Printer. Steve Williams, recently Research and Development Project mananger at Digital Research, was the Operating System Manager for Tandy on the TRS-80 model. He graduated in Electrical Engineering and has a Master's degree in Computer Science, both from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville."
by Rodnay Zaks (Author)
Paperback: 551 pages
Publisher: Longman Higher Education (16 Dec 1985)
If you read some basics of the hardware you want to work on, this book will take your work to new heights. it even gives great techniques for reducing memory use and/or processor use (which is extremely important on legacy architectures.)
If there is one book you can buy to improve your 6502 knowledge and programming techniques, this is it!
Seriously, avoid other books on the 6502 until you've read this!!!
Programming the Z80 (Paperback)
by Rodnay Zaks (Author)
Paperback: 620 pages
Publisher: Sybex Inc; 3rd edition (June 1981)
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.1 x 0.5 inches
"When I was first charged with the lightning bolt of the promise of software possibilities, I found this book. It helped me see how to view a microprocessor's capability in a comfortable, natural progression of understanding. It provided me what I wanted to know where I expected to find it. The references to related information, missing in most documentation, always seemed to be both appropriate and conveniently located. It was as if Zaks knew my own, unique desire to learn and how it naturally unfolded. It felt as though he had prepared each of the steps that I would need by having been where I was. It served me tirelessly as a reference until it fell apart. Books of this type are hard to find today."
"When I was first starting to program I came across this book. It was not only a well written, complete reference on the Z-80, it was a perfect reference book. Now, when I program, I generally need several reference books hanging around. Mr. Zaks said it all, cleanly, concisely. Any success I had in my later programming, I have always felt that his book was at the core."
"Every thing about the Z80 you want to know, and more."
Rodnay Zaks; [cover design and graphics by Daniel Le Noury, technical ill. by J. Trujillo Smith]
Publisher: [Berkeley, Calif.] : Sybex, c1980.
ISBN: 0895880482 DDC: 1.6425 LCC: QA76.6 Edition: (pbk.)
Dewey Class: 1.6425 -- Knowledge
LCC Number: QA76.6
Physical Description: xii, 321 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Edition Info: (pbk.)
This is the book that will show you ow to use the ATARI 600XL 800XL in a matter of hours. Right away you will become familiar with the set-up, keyboard and screen display.
With step-by-step lessons that apply to any model ATARI, you'll find it easy to begin writing your own BASIC programs. Or if you prefer you can skip programming and learn how to get started with commercially available software.
From back cover:
This complete guide to the IBM PC's Disk Operating System is designed to give you the confidence to be creative with your computer's capabilities.
A 260 page book into dBase II. Contains programs and colour pages. Dedicated: 'To my parents, Alan W. and Catherine Rose Simpson, who made everything possible. Even probable.'.
by Rodnay Zaks
Explains how to use the computer language Basic to write fundamental programs for the VIC 20 computer.
Publisher Sybex November 1983
Number of Pages 188