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basics of digital computers Vol 3 by John S Murphy


136 pages.andquot;A course developed as a training program for computer technicians and field engineers.andquot;

Beginner's Guide To Computer Logic by Gerald F Stapleton


192 pages explaining the basics of computer construction.

Teach yourself C third edition by Herbert Schildt


Osborne McGraw-Hill, 1997: paperback approximately 7.25 by 9 inches tall: 640 pages. Synopsis: The third edition of an instruction manual for programmers by Herbert Schildt, containing sections on the following; -- fundamentals; introducing C's programme control statements; more C programme control statements; a closer look at data types, variables and expressions; exploring arrays and strings; using pointers; a closer look at functions; console I/O; file I/O; structures and unions; advanced data types and operators; the C preprocessor and some advanced topics; some common C library functions; C keyword summary; building a Windows skeleton; answers; index. Condition: front cover slightly curled: contents very clean and good: overall clean and good.

Computer Programming Made Simple by J Maynard


300 pages cover upper right corners slightly curled

The Complete Idiots Guide to the Internet UK 2000 by Kent, Peter


Book Description: : : The Internet doesnt have to be difficult - it can give you information in an instant! Specifically written for UK Web users, this book will give you everything youll need to know to put the Internet to work for you. With this fun-filled tutorial youll learn how to connect to the Internet, surf it with various browsers and send and retrieve e-mail. The book also covers how to join newsgroups, participate in live chat rooms, how to build your own Web page and much much more. It will help you discover quick and easy ways to: * Find what you need on the Internet * Access the best UK and International websites * Find free and inexpensive Internet software * Use Internet Explorer and other Web browsers * Work with a full range of Internet tools such as Gopher and FTP : : Synopsis: With this book, users are shown the basics of the Internet: sending e-mails, searching the Net, ordering online, and so forth. No previous knowledge is assumed, and all computer jargon is explained. Comments: Pristine and as new . Format: Paperback. Pages: 432.

Expert systems Principles and programming by Joseph Giarratano Gary Riley


PWS Publishing Company Boston: 1994 board covered hardback: second edition: approximately 7.5 x 1 x 9.5 inches tall: 644 pages including index: black and white charts and tables: software disc 3.5 inches for IBM PC and compatibles included. Contents: Introduction to expert systems. The representation of knowledge. Methods of inference. Reasoning under uncertainty. Inexact reasoning. The design of expert systems. Introduction to clips. Pattern matching. Advanced pattern matching. Modular design and execution control. Efficiency in rule-based languages. Expert system design examples. Useful equivalences. Elementary quantifiers and their meaning. Set properties. Clips support information. Clips command and function summary. The microemacs editor. Clips BNF. Condition : ownership sticker to front endpaper: overall very clean and good/almost as new

Principles of programming IBM personal study program by IBM


IBM 1961: 12 paperback publications of approximately 25 pages: six x 9 inches tall, entitled as follows:- Section 1: the nature of data processing. Section 2: introduction to computing equipment. Section 3: coding fundamentals. Section 4: symbolic programming. Section 5: branching. Section 6: address modification and loops. Section 7: miscellaneous operations. Section 8: magnetic tape operations. Section 9: random access file storage. Section 10: planning and installing a computer application. Section 11: additional programming methods. Section 12: contents, reference data, and index . Condition: covers of section 1and 2 faded and slightly discoloured: corners of section 1 creased: sections 3-12 almost as new

Basics of Digital Computers by Murphy, John S


Ryedale, 1958: paperback: 136 pages including index. Synopsis: vol 3 of a course used as a training programme for computer technicians and field engineers. core memory, magnetic recording, reading, writing, control, timing pulses, registers, computer time, input output units, data processing. Format: Paperback. Pages: 144.

The Business Value Of Computers by Paul A Strassmann


522 page overview of the value of computers to a successful business written by an ex corporate director of Xerox. ex -library copy. Plastic covered dust cover a little tired. library stamps to end paper. pages very clean and good

Teach Yourself Mac OS 8 2 in 24 Hours (Sams Teach Yourself S ) by Lewis, Rita


Mac OS 8.5 is boming a standard in the Macntosh community, and Teach Yourself Mac OS 8.5 in 24 Hours will help you get up to speed quickly. : : Authors Lewis and Lee begin with the best procedures for installing the software and teach you everything you need to know to use Mac OS 8.5. In the section on managing files with Finder 8, for example, they not only tell you what a file is, but how to open, close, move, delete, and make aliases for your files. From there, the authors move on to more advanced (and interesting) topics, such as LANs. Macs always have excelled at typography, so theres plenty of information on fonts and layout concepts, plus the book addresses audio and video. There is solid coverage of mobile computing with Mac OS, so PowerBook people take heed. : : As Mac OS 8.5 has lots of Internet features, this guide pays considerable attention to the online world. The authors help you use Internet Setup Assistant, and then detail how to get the most out of the Netscape Navigator Web browser, the Netscape Communicator electronic mail application, and Sherlock--the new Internet search tool thats built into this version of the system. The guide closes with a little bit of information about publishing your own Web pages. --David Wall, : : Book Description: Teach Yourself Mac OS 8.5 includes extensive information about new Mac OS 8.5 technologies including Sherlock (called by its earlier name of Find), Internet, Network Browsing, HFS+, Appearance, and many other exciting topics. These tutorial and deeply detailed chapters provide beginners and advanced users expert advice on getting the most out of this new OS for the Mac. : : This book was written on the cusp of development and takes advange of insider information during and after Allegro became Mac OS 8.5. : : Teach Yourself Mac OS 8.5 in 24 Hours is a comprehensive guide to the many new features included in Allegro - now called Mac OS 8.5. Included in the book are tutorials on the new integrated Internet features, new Find command, Desktop Themes, Network Browser, and many other exciting updates. A must read for anyone who is thinking of upgrading or who wants to learn the ins and outs of the Mac.Comments: pristine. Format: Paperback. Pages: 608.

PCs Made Easy Vol 1 by No Author


Comments: pristine- probably un-read . Format: Hardcover.

Quicken Made Simple Windows Version by Stephen Copestake


Butterworth Heinemann Ltd 1995;Paperback 150 pages. A guide to using the popular money management software. Condition: very clean and good

S A M S Teach Yourself Mac OS 8 5 In 24 Hours by Rita Lewis Lisa Lee
582 pagesdesigned to teach the essentials of the Macintosh Operating System known as Allegro in 24 one hour sessions. The focus is on the improvements of the OS 8.5 operating sytem, and describes them in appropriate level detail. Clean and as ne

Computer Appreciation by T F Fry
237 pages obliterated stamp mark inside back and front covers