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Computer Programming in BASIC - Part 3 - Applying BASIC

This volume forms part of a self-instruction course in the use of the computer programming language BASIC.  It was produced by Cambridge Learning Enterprises in 1979.  The books are set up like school exercise books, with questions and space for the reader to show their working in solving the problem.

These books were written in part by Ian Williamson and Rodney Dale, who are currently (c. 2016) trustees of the Centre for Computing History.  The third author, Tim Eiloart, was co-founder of Cambridge Consultants, a company heavily responsible for the rise of Cambridge as a tech hub.

ISBN : 0 905946 05 7

Publisher : Cambridge Learning

Author : Ian Williamson, Rodney Dale, Tim Eiloart

Format : A4

-Ian Williamson, Rodney Dale, Tim Eiloart-




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