IBM PC BooksThe following is a list of IBM PC Books 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 13 IBM PC Books in our collection :
|Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
A Building Block Tutorial for Utilizing the Tremendous Speed and Power of Assembly Language.
With 3.5 inch disk
"For both beginners and experienced programmers, here's a comprehensive introduction to assembly language programming on the PC AT. Written clearly and logically, it begins by giving you a crash course in computer numbering, then leads you through the fundamentals of assembly language, the assembler, the AT's 80286 microprocessor, and the computer's Internal operating system (BIOS) - so you can get the most out of your machine. You'll also find many useful programs for doing arithmetic, sorting, and producing graphics and sound (even music!)."
This book is your key to a faster, more efficient, more powerful PC. It shows how to enhance your IBM PC or compatible with problem-solving assembly language utilities. In the course of the book, author and reader develop an extensive macro library and a set of powerful programs that no PC user will want to be without.
Babani Electronic Books
The GW-BASIC Program Reference Guide is a quick reference guide for the intermediate to advanced level programmer. It is not an introductory text to GW-BASIC. We assume that you have a general knowledge of and some experience working with both BASIC and MS-DOS.
LOGO is a programming language with star quality, designed to avoid most of the initial hurdles in learning to program and yet to provide a powerful tool for exploring ideas.
Teachers, parents and programmers of all ages will find that this book helps them to develop the knowledge and expertise required to be able to make the most of LOGO - to experiment with ideas, with words and with turtle graphics. The powerful list-processing and problem-solving procedures are fully explored, bringing the complete power and magic of LOGO to your fingertips.
From back cover:
This complete guide to the IBM PC's Disk Operating System is designed to give you the confidence to be creative with your computer's capabilities.
Kindly donated by William H L Williams
edited by Paul Barnetson for IBM United Kingdom Limited 1985
The book is published by IBM for the academic and research community
This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale
Publisher: Oxford University Press