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1983
Book: Paperback
£4.95
English
Not Applicable
Undetermined

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John Gilbert
Chris Bourne

Computing is Easy, by David Parker and Martin Hann, is an easy introduction to computing. There are many simple programs ready to be typed-in and it is ideal for the young user. A series of cartoons illustrates the book. They explain the concepts and, on occasions, are very amusing.

It has a chapter of debugging exercises, so that the beginner can become accustomed to the types of problem which occur during programming.

At the end of the book various topics are suggested to the programmer, such as currency conversion and composing tunes. The authors leave the programming of those tasks to the user. It is published by Newnes Technical Books and costs £4.95.

Not Rated