Computing Books published by MacMillan

The following is a list of Computing Books published by MacMillan 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 24 Computing Books published by MacMillan in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
A Practical Introduction to Pascal Date: 1978 A Practical Introduction to Pascal

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: I. R. Wilson, A. M. Addyman
Platform: Pascal

A Science Teacher's Companion to the BBC Microcomputer Date: 25th February 1985 A Science Teacher's Companion to the BBC Microcomputer

ID Numbers
Open Library OL10497834M
ISBN 10 0333382854 
OCLC/WorldCat 59094693

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Philip Hawthorne
Platform: BBC Micro

Advanced Graphics with the Acorn Electron Date: 1984 Advanced Graphics with the Acorn Electron

"This book will enable you to explore and exploit fully the powerful graphics capabilities of your Electron.

Although the authors assume that the reader has some knowledge of BASIC programming and elementary geometry, the inclusion of many worked examples and program listings will enable the complete beginner in graphics to make quick progress in learning how to draw and manipulate 2 and 3 dimensional pictures."

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: I. O. Angell and B. J. Jones
Platform: Acorn Electron

Advanced Graphics with the BBC Model B Microcomputer Date: 1983 Advanced Graphics with the BBC Model B Microcomputer

Publisher: MacMillan
Author: I.O Angell, B.J. Jones
Platform: BBC Micro

An Introduction to System Programming - Based on the PDP11 Date: 1983 An Introduction to System Programming - Based on the PDP11


Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/04
Library of Congress QA76.8.P2

ID Numbers
Open Library OL22617616M

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Derrick Morris
Platform: PDP-11

Assembly language assembled for the Sinclair ZX81 Date: 1983 Assembly language assembled for the Sinclair ZX81

For really fast-running programs, as required for games, moving graphics and word processing, your program needs to be in assembly language which runs much faster than BASIC. Unfortunately, the Sinclair ZX81 does not allow you to enter assembly language programs directly, so while you can write assembly language programs for it, they have to be translated into machine code before they will run on the machine.

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Anthony Woods
Platform: ZX81

BBC Micro (Young Programmer's Guides) Date: 10th October 1985 BBC Micro (Young Programmer's Guides)


ID Numbers
Open Library OL10497858M
ISBN 13 9780333383667
Goodreads 6553546

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: M. E. Wardle, John Mills
Platform: BBC Micro

Beginners Guide to Interfacing the BBC Microcomputer Date: 1985 Beginners Guide to Interfacing the BBC Microcomputer

Some of the sophisticated projects which can be constructed include a graphics tablet, a multimeter, a buffer board and LED displays - amongst many others ...

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Martin Phillips
Platform: BBC Micro

File Handling on the BBC Microcomputer Date: 1985 File Handling on the BBC Microcomputer

Publisher: MacMillan
Author: Brian J. Townsend
Platform: BBC Micro

Good BASIC Programming with the BBC Microcomputer Date: April 1985 Good BASIC Programming with the BBC Microcomputer

This book describes how to produce programs in BASIC for the BBC microcomputer in a professional manner.

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Margaret White
Platform: BBC Micro

High-Resolution Computer Graphics Using FORTRAN 77 Date: 1989 High-Resolution Computer Graphics Using FORTRAN 77

Macmillian Computer Science Series

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Ian O. Angell and Gareth Griffith
Platform: Fortran 77

Interfacing the BBC Microcomputer Date: 17th January 1985 Interfacing the BBC Microcomputer

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Brian Bannister, Michael Whitehead
Platform: BBC Micro

Introductory Theory of Computer Science Date: 1983 Introductory Theory of Computer Science

Edition Notes Bibliography: p. [202]-206.
Includes index.
Macmillan computer science series
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.64
Library of Congress QA76
ID Numbers
Open Library OL20894951M

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: E.V. Krishnamurthy.
Platform: theory

LOGO on the Sinclair Spectrum Date: 1985 LOGO on the Sinclair Spectrum

Back Cover:
LOGO is a powerful computer language which encourages clear thinking and proven problem-solving techniques. Although initially developed for use by children, LOGO is not a 'toy' langugae; it is a powerful tool which can be used to exploit the full potential of the microcomputer.....Sinclair LOGO is a full implementation of the language and provides a comprehensive range of its features... This book provides a complete guide to using LOGO on the Sinclair Spectrum.

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Graham Field
Platform: ZX Spectrum

Mastering Business Microcomputing Date: 10th April 1987 Mastering Business Microcomputing

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: D. E. Avison
Platform: Business

Microprocessors and Microcomputers: their use and programming Date: 1979 Microprocessors and Microcomputers: their use and programming

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Eric Huggins
Platform: Microprocessors

Operating The BBC Microcomputer Date: 1985 Operating The BBC Microcomputer

A Concise Guide

"This will appeal to all BBC Microcomputer users when actually operating the machine. Organized for quick reference, its task centred presentation will enable the correct commands and sequences to be found more easily than from other reference sources."

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Graham Leah
Platform: BBC Micro

Systems Analysis Date: 1st July 1992 Systems Analysis

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: John Bingham & Garth Davies
Platform: Systems

The 68000 Hardware and Software Date: 28th February 1985 The 68000 Hardware and Software

ID Numbers

Open Library OL10497930M

ISBN 13 9780333385746

Goodreads 7193431

Kindly donated by Neil Hubbard

 

Publisher: MacMillan
Author: Patrick Jaulent
Platform: 6800

The ICL 2900 Series Date: 23rd March 1978 The ICL 2900 Series

First Edition
ISBN-13: 978-0333219171

A selection of articles related to the ICL 2900 Series

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: John K. Buckle
Platform: ICL 2900 Series

Understanding and Writing Compilers Date: 1979 Understanding and Writing Compilers

Understanding and Writing Compilers: A Do-it-Yourself Guide (Computer Science Series)
by Richard Bornat
Palgrave Macmillan 1979
Paperback: 400 pages
Language: English

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Richard Bornat
Platform:

Using Sound and Speech on the BBC Microcomputer Date: 1984 Using Sound and Speech on the BBC Microcomputer

 

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Martin Phillips
Platform: BBC Micro

Writing Educational Programs for the BBC and Electron Date: 1985 Writing Educational Programs for the BBC and Electron

Publisher: MacMillan
Author: Dave Carlos & Tim Harrison
Platform: BBC Micro

Z80 Assembly Language Programming for Students Date: December 1981 Z80 Assembly Language Programming for Students

Macmillan Computer Science Series

Designed both for class and individual self-teaching use, this text will enable the reader to grasp the fundamentals of Z80 assembly language programming. It will be of value to a broad range of students studying at BEC/TEC diploma or degree level; it will also appeal to personal computer enthusiasts who want to get to grips with assembly language programming.

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Roger Hutty
Platform: Z80

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