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1983
Book: Paperback
£1.95
English
Not Applicable
Undetermined

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John Gilbert
Chris Bourne

The Pre-computer book by F A Wilson is published by Bernard Babani. The book has an odd title but that is the only strange thing about it. Wilson provides an introduction for the complete beginner. The concept of the computer is examined, together with such diverse subjects as number bases, hardware and simple programming. As a result it covers a great deal in very few pages.

The book will satisfy your curiosity if you want to know what a byte is or where to find the ROM of a machine, but if you are looking for very detailed information, this general guide is not for you and does not pretend to be.

The Pre-computer Book costs £1.95 and is one of the least expensive books which have been reviewed to date.

Not Rated