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Over the Spectrum

Not a teach yourself programming guide, it is a collection of programs: each program has a detailed breakdown of exactly what happens when and how its all achieved.

The listings are not trivial, and the result is well worth the effort. The book is liberally illustrated in colour showing screen displays for almost all the programs so you know what you are trying to achieve at the outset.

ISBN : 0 86161 109 8

Publisher : Melbourne House Publishers

Author : Philip Williams

Format : Paperback

-Philip Williams-

 

 

 

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