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About the Book

Ready-To-Use Program Modules For All Purposes!

This unique, ready reference of standard routines for the Electron will save hours of programming time and help you create better programs.

A full listing of each procedure is provided accompanied by an explanation of how it works and how to use it, with a precise description of what it does. This makes it easy to incorporate the procedures and functions into a program.

These short, self-contained programs will teach beginners much about BASIC and, for the experienced programmer provide the ready-made building blocks for modular programming.

The Authors
Audrey and Owen Bishop between them have written over forty books including many on popular computing.

Front cover illustration by Stuart Hughes

Excerpts

When a certain operation has to be repeated several times during the course of a program, it is convenient to write it as a procedure, a function or a subroutine.
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Handbook of Procedures & Functions for the Electron

Published December 1984 by Granada .
Written in English.

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
151

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL10226705M
ISBN 10
0246124164
ISBN 13
9780246124166
OCLC/WorldCat
12511284
Goodreads
5315515

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