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Networking with the BBC Microcomputer

A local area network is a group of computers connected by cable, that can share resources such as disks and printers, and can also share information. Every BBC Microcomputer has the potential to be a part of a local area network.

ISBN : 0 13 611468 7

Publisher : Prentice-Hall

Author : R. G. Napier

Format : Paperback

-R. G. Napier-




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