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Basic Computer Programming, by Theodore G. Scott, 1965

£19.99 Out Of Stock

Product description

Computers and automation are changing the modern world. This is an non-technical introduction to digital computers and a practical guide to computer programming.
Using the Tutor Text method, the student quickly learns how information is coded for the computer, how instructions are written, how both are punched on cards and fed into machine, and how the machine solves the problem and prints the answer.
This book shows how computers perform elementary arithmetical, operations, how logical decisions are made, how to modify or even write their own instructions while operating. The limitations of computers and devices are discussed. A chapter is devoted to drawing flow charts that facilitate the writing of programmes. Will be of interest to anyone wondering how computers work.

The book itself is in very good condition, the dust cover is slightly worn.

Item details

Author(s):
Theodore G. Scott,
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
22cm*14.5cm*3cm
Edition:
1965
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
492
Publisher:
Macdonald and co (publishers) ltd,
Title:
Basic Computer Programming

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Computers and automation are changing the modern world. This is an non-technical introduction to digital computers and a practical guide to computer programming.
Using the Tutor Text method, the student quickly learns how information is coded for the computer, how instructions are written, how both are punched on cards and fed into machine, and how the machine solves the problem and prints the answer.
This book shows how computers perform elementary arithmetical, operations, how logical decisions are made, how to modify or even write their own instructions while operating. The limitations of computers and devices are discussed. A chapter is devoted to drawing flow charts that facilitate the writing of programmes. Will be of interest to anyone wondering how computers work.

The book itself is in very good condition, the dust cover is slightly worn.

Author(s):
Theodore G. Scott,
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
22cm*14.5cm*3cm
Edition:
1965
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
492
Publisher:
Macdonald and co (publishers) ltd,
Title:
Basic Computer Programming

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