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Programming a personal computer

by Per Brinch Hansen.
Published 1982 by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, NJ .
Bibliography: p. 377-379.
Includes index.
Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/2
Library of Congress QA76.73.E34 B74 1982
Number of pages 388
Open Library OL3502791M
ISBN 10 0137302673, 0137302835
LC Control Number 82023130


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