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The Electron 1 edition

Cover of: The Electron | Jonathan Inglis

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So you've got your computer? What do you do next?

Don't worry, this book will tell you what you need to know, from how to set it up and switch it on, to solving problems, playing games and even making music.

An ideal choice for child, parent or teacher, this Beginners' Micro Guide explains how to use the computer and gives you sample programs which can be adapted by you to suit your needs. The uncomplicated words and diagrams will encourage you to learn by experiment and make the most of your micro.


The Electron is a marvellous machine.
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The Electron
Beginners' Micro Guides
by Jonathan Inglis ; consultant editor Kevin Gibson ; illustrated by Mike Atkinson ; photography by Mark Gatehouse.

Published 1984 by Granada in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Beginners' Microguides
Acorn Electron


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Library of Congress

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