BASIC Programming on the Amstrad computers
|Title:||BASIC Programming on the Amstrad Computers CPC 464, 664 and 6128|
01. Getting Started
03. Drawing Pictures
05. Making Decisions
07. Loops and lists
10. Sound and Music
BASIC PROGRAMMING ON THE AMSTRAD COMPUTERS 464, 664 and 6128
The CPC 6128 and 664 incorporates the CPC 464 with Amstrad‘s disk drive in one unit. This book, as the title suggests, covers BASIC programming on all three machines. lt takes the reader from the very beginning covering the first principles of BASIC programming. The last few chapters cover topics of more specialised interest such as the use of sound and how to create the files and read data from them. Each chapter conta ins example programs and exercises.
Wynford James writes educational material (including soft ware) for a major microcomputer company. Prior to that he was a technical author for ICL. He has also taught mathematics and was actively involved in the development of computer studies throughout his school.