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Better BASIC for the IBM Personal Computer

J. N. P. Hume

Better BASIC for the IBM Personal Computer

by J. N. P. Hume

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Published by Reston Pub. Co. in Reston, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • IBM Personal Computer -- Programming.,
  • BASIC (Computer program language)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesBetter B.A.S.I.C. for the I.B.M. Personal Computer.
    StatementJ.N.P. Hume, R.C. Holt.
    ContributionsHolt, R. C. 1941-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.8.I2594 H86 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 294 p. :
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2783531M
    ISBN 100835904679
    LC Control Number83208722
    OCLC/WorldCa10348453

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    The IBM Personal Computer XT, often shortened to the IBM XT, PC XT, or simply XT, is a version of the IBM PC with a built-in hard was released as IBM Machine Type number on March 8, Apart from the hard drive, it was essentially the same . Graphics Programs for the IBM PC. TAB Books, PA, , stated first edition first printing; ISBN ; pages, index, black and white as well as color illustrations.

    implementations in the IBM Personal Computer products and describes the differences between the technologies used. This document is intended for IBM customers, dealers, system engineers, and consultants who need to know the capabilities and implications of the IBM Personal Computer . Sophie Wilson - BASIC - COMAL - Acorn Atom - ARM architecture - Acorn Electron - BBC Micro - Acorn Computers - Acorn Archimedes - Microsoft BASIC - BBC Master - Richard T. Russell - Amstrad NC - RISC OS - BBC - Microcomputer - Interpreter (computing) - Linked list - Random-access memory - MOS Technology - Motorola - David H. Ahl - Creative Computing Benchmark - IBM Personal.


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(Submitted Ma by Deepak Sharma). Hello Sir, I am deepak sharma from india i have one machine of IBM Personal Computer Model No. It is working but when i start this it give us the massage blut color of IBM Logo apper and after that cross sign is show after i am press F2.

it show the some menu. basically i want to use it for making of design in Punch Card. Personal computers first appeared in the late s. One of the first and most popular personal computers was the Apple II, introduced in by Apple Computer. During the late s and early s, new models and competing operating systems seemed to appear daily.

Then, inIBM entered the fray with its first personal computer, known as. Even managing this in the case of less than a dozen processors, as are commonly used in modern personal computers, has resisted any simple solution, though IBM’s open source initiative, with support from various academic and corporate partners, made progress in the s and s.

William L. Hosch. turned on. Cassette BASIC INTERPRETER on IBM PCjr is functionally equivalent to cassette BASIC on the IBM Personal Computer and the IBM Personal Computer XT. Cartridge BASIC INTERPRETER is optional. Extensions to the language provide a full set of instructions, commands, and built-in functions.

Most of these can be used with or without DOS present. The only Computer Book I ever read cover-to-cover twice. All the other books in my computer shelves I just use for reference. When I was a noob and DOS was cool, and the was cutting edge this book helped me understand where it all came from and how to survive with a massive KB of RAM and MB Hard Drive.

Philip Says. The IBM personal computer, designed for home, school, or small business use, will range in price from $1, for a basic home system attached. IBM invented EGA graphics which used 16 colors in x mode and 4 colors in x mode.

Eventually IBM moved on to the PS/2 series and OS/2, Personal Series 2 computers (A PS/1 was made with IBM PC specs but a better graphics card aka VGA) and PS/2 series had VGA graphics colors out of 16 million and up to x graphics.I have old book (IBM Basic,IBM Giude to Operations Personal Computer XT,IBM Disk Operating System and IBM Disk Operationg System).if Who interesting my old book please contract: [email protected] (Submitted Janu by Don Smith).