Computing Books published by McGraw-Hill

The following is a list of Computing Books published by McGraw-Hill in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 9 Computing Books published by McGraw-Hill in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Digital Computer Fundamentals Date: 1960 Digital Computer Fundamentals

by Thomas C Bartee

This is a fscinating book "Digital Computer Fundamentals” by Thomas C Bartee. The book features a unique early look at computer design, language, programming and hardware theory and discussion for early computer applications, plenty of interesting designs and early computer discussions. Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, latest copyright of 1960.

Illustrated hard back of 340 pages

Publisher: McGraw-Hill


Programming systems and languages Date: October 1967 Programming systems and languages

Publisher: McGraw-Hill


Designing with TTL Integrated Circuits Date: 1978 Designing with TTL Integrated Circuits

Designing with TTL Integrated Circuits
International Student Edition
ISBN: 070637458 ISBN: 070637458     

Robert L Morris and John R Miller

Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author: Robert L Morris and John R Miller

Beginners Guide for the UCSD Pascal System Date: 1980 Beginners Guide for the UCSD Pascal System

Beginners Guide for the UCSD Pascal System is a book written by Kenneth L. Bowles. This book is an introduction to University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Pascal Software System.

This edition was published in 1980 by McGraw-Hill.

Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author: Kenneth L. Bowles

Apple Pascal Date: 1981 Apple Pascal

Apple PASCAL: a hands-on approach
Arthur Luehrmann, Herbert Peckham
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1981.
ISBN: 0070491712   DDC: 1.6424   LCC: QA76.73   Edition: (pbk.) :$13.95
Includes index.
Classification:    (click to see other 'Books on the Same Shelf')
Dewey Class: 1.6424 -- Knowledge
LCC Number: QA76.73

Book Details:
Language: eng
Physical Description: xiv, 430 p. ; 24 cm. --
Edition Info: (pbk.) :$13.95

Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author: Arthur Luehrmann, Herbert Peckham
Platform: Apple II

6809 Assembly Language Programming Date: April 1981 6809 Assembly Language Programming

This book describes assembly language programming. It assumes that you are
familiar with An Introduction to Microcomputers: Volume 1 — Basic Concepts (Berkeley: Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 1980). Chapters 6 and 7 of that book are
especially relevant. This book does not discuss the general features of computers,
microcomputers, addressing methods, or instruction sets; you should refer to An
Introduction to Microcomputers: Volume 1 for that information.

The chapters in this section provide basic information on assembly language in
general and the 6809 in particular. Chapter 1 discusses the purpose of assembly
language and compares it with higher-level computer languages. Chapter 2 discusses assemblers and, briefly, loaders. Chapter 3 describes the architecture of the 6809 microprocessor, compares it with similar processors, and discusses important features of Motorola's 6809 assemblers.

Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author: Lance A. Leventhal
Platform: 6809

An introduction to VisiCalc matrixing for Apple and IBM Date: 1982 An introduction to VisiCalc matrixing for Apple and IBM

Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/25
Library of Congress QA76.6 .A468 1982
Number of pages 252
ID Numbers
Open Library OL3495379M
LC Control Number 82015374

Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author: Harry Anbarlian

68000 microprocessor handbook 2 Date: 1986 68000 microprocessor handbook 2


2nd ed. 

William Cramer and Gerry Kane.

Published 1986 by Osborne/McGraw-Hill in Berkeley, Calif . 


Dewey Decimal Class 004.165

Library of Congress QA76.8.M6895 K365 1986

Number of pages 142

ID Numbers

Open Library OL2779331M

ISBN 10 0078812054

LC Control Number 86143266

Library Thing 2075842

Goodreads 5160109


Publisher: McGraw-Hill

Platform: 6800

The Webmaster's Guide to HTML Date: 1996 The Webmaster's Guide to HTML

"For Advanced Web Developers"

"If you're one of the growing legion of professionals who need information -- and need it fast -- about developing a Web page on the Internet using HyperText Markup Language (HTML), this book/disk package is the first place you should turn."

J. Ranade Workstation Series

Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author: Nathan J. Muller
Platform: Webmaster

Help support the museum by buying from the museum shop

View all items

Founding Sponsors
redgate Google ARM Real VNC Microsoft Research
Heritage Lottery Funded
Heritage Lottery Fund
Accredited Museum