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Computer Programming In BASIC For Everyone

Contributed by Thiago on Feb 24th, 2019. Artwork published in .
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    From page 2: “The full name of the kind of computer we will study is ‘general purpose digital computer’. From now on we’ll simply refer to such machines as ‘computers,’ which is what everybody does anyway.”

    This book should have been titled, Computer Programming in BASIC for Everyone Except Owners of TRS-80 Model I Microcomputers. The book should have been subtitled, Don’t Be Misled by the Picture on the Cover. — librarything.com

    Computer Programming In BASIC For Everyone 2
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    Pages 1 and 2.

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    Pages 7 and 8. The glyphs and commands on the buttons of the keyboard image use an as yet unidentified (proportional) typeface.

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    Pages 33 and 34, showing actual (monospaced) printer output.

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    Summary.

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    Back cover, set in Univers.

    Typefaces

    • Computer
    • Helvetica
    • Times New Roman
    • Amelia
    • Univers
    • unidentified typeface

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