Atari 8 Bit BooksThe following is a list of Atari 8 Bit Books 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 12 Atari 8 Bit Books in our collection :
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for the Atari 400/800, 600XL, 800XL, 1200XL, 1400XL, and 1450XLD home computers
by Timothy P. Banse.
Published 1983 by Little, Brown in Boston .
Series The Little, Brown microcomputer bookshelf
Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/2
Library of Congress QA76.8.A82 B36 1983
Number of pages 134
Open Library OL3176320M
ISBN 10 0316080446
LC Control Number 83018734
Author: Ian Sinclair
Publisher: London : Granada, 1983.
ISBN: 0246121491 9780246121493
OCLC Number: 12453460
148 pages illustrated
Atari Basic Learning by Using
Thomas C. Rowley
I J G Inc (Bluec), 1982-12. Paperback.
Author: Thomas C. Rowley
Author Apps, Vince
Title 40 Educational Games for the Atari
Publisher, Date Granada, 1984
by Herb Moore, Judy Lower, Bob Albrecht
ISBN 0471095931 / 9780471095934 / 0-471-09593-1
Publisher Wiley & Sons Australia, Limited, John
'Success in the fast lane' programming series
Author: Paul Bunn
Book Type: Paperback
Publication date: 01/1983
by S Roberts
116 pages - paperback
Atari Basic (Wiley Self-Teaching Guides)
Author: Jerald R. Brown, LeRoy Finkel, Bob Albrecht
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Book Type: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780471064961 - ISBN-10: 0471064963
Publication Date: 1979
(from the back cover) Computers are coming home! Now with the development of the Atari ready-to-go systems, you, too, can use the computer as a tool in your home, school, or office.
Tens of thousands of people of all ages used earlier editions of this book to teach themselves the programming language BASIC. So can you! This Atari edition makes it even easier for you to dispel the mystical aura that often surrounds the computer. You will learn how to write computer programs to use in your home or office, in any field from education to business to the humanities. You need no special math or science background to read, understand, and write programs in ATARI BASIC.
This book shows you how to read, write, and understand the ATARI BASIC programming language used in these new personal-sized microcomputers. In just a few days you can learn to do nearly anything you want using ATARI BASIC programs -- without any special background or previous experience with a computer. You'll find detailed descriptions of all the ATARI BASIC you will need to know to make your computer work for you. Numerous applications and games are also included.
Inside Atari DOS by Bill Wilkinson, Optimized Systems Software, Compute Magazine (Editor)
Spiral-bound: 120 pages
Publisher: Compute! Publications Inc.,U.S. (April 1983)
The Atari XL Handbook offers its readers the opportunity of harnessing the pwoer of one of the newest and most exicting microcomputers with its advances sound and graphics facilities.
by Linda M. Schreiber
Publisher: Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. : TAB Books, 1982.
ISBN: 0830614850 DDC: 1.642 LCC: QA76.8 Edition: (pbk.) :$11.95
Dewey Class: 1.642 -- Knowledge
LCC Number: QA76.8
Physical Description: x, 244 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Edition Info: (pbk.) :$11.95