The Amstrad Programmer's Guide
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|Title:||The Amstrad Programmer's Guide|
|Authors:||Clive Gifford - Tim Hartnell|
|Publiser:||Pitman Publishing Ltd.|
Preface. 01 - How does your computer work?. 02 - First steps in programming. 03 - More programming. 04 - Looping the loop. 05 - Continuing up the learning curve. 06 - READ/DATA and RESTORE. 07 - Random numbers and decisions. 08 - String handling. 09 - Inputs of various kinds. 10 - Commands to aid your programming. 11 - The Amstrad cassette and its uses. 12 - Using discs. 13 - Games! games! games!. 14 - Word processing. 15 - A graphic explanation. 16 - Sounds like fun. 17 - The rudiments of machine code. 18 - System interrupts on your Amstrad. 19 - Windows. 20 - The error commands and ON BREAK. 21 - A port pourri of commands. 22 - The Amstrad CPC 6128. 23 - How to program more professionally. Appendix A - Addresses of suppliers. Appendix B - Memory map. Appendix C - Error codes and definitions. Index.