PC-DOS, introduction to high-performance computing
Teaching the user to utilize the PC DOS to its maximum potential, this book covers diskettes, file formats, porgramming, languages, software and hardware choices, the EDLIN editor and DEBUGer and more.
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Basic Computer Concepts
Getting Started with DOS
Fundamentals of DOS Commands
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1-series ASCII text file assembly language batch file batch processing file bytes called Chapter character CHDIR CHKDSK COBOL command name command program COMMAND.COM compiler Control-Z COPY command copy-protected programs create current directory data files DEBUG default drive device disk drive disk storage disk's DISKCOPY diskette drives display screen DOS's editing keys EDLIN electronic disk end-of-file enter erased example file name filename extensions floppy FORMAT command give grams handy hard disk hard disk system hexadecimal hidden files IBM PC input keep track keyboard label line number look mand Microsoft need to know operating system output parameters Pascal PATH command PAUSE PC family PC-DOS personal computers printer program file programming languages puter redirection resident programs root directory source code space specific spreadsheet standard stored subdirectories switch tell template things tion trick users VisiCalc wild card word processor write written