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Learning Level II

Learning TRS-80 Level II BASIC

Review from Practical Computing, September 1980: "Learning Level II is a teaching manual for Tandy TRS-80 Level II Basic. If you have just upgraded a Level I TRS-80 to Level II and you learned about Level I from the Level I users' manual and thought it excellent, this book is for you. David Lien is the author of the Level I manual, which Tandy supply with the TRS-80 model I systems, and Learning Level II continues in the same style. ...The main part of the text is a well-thought-out introduction to the new features of Level II Basic, with plenty of description and examples. In addition to the description of Basic commands and statements, there is plenty of practical detail, covering the expansion interface, dual cassette systems, conversion of programs and data tapes from Level I to Level II, and various dire warnings about system design faults."

ISBN : 0932760015

Publisher : Compusoft Publishing

Author : David A. Lien

Format : Paperback

-David A. Lien-




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