Advanced BASIC and beyond for the IBM PC
Planning and developing large programs; Introduction to graphic and sound on the PC; Input the professional way; Your computer as a file cabinet; Memory management on the PC; The BAR CHART generator - a case study; The IBM/EPSON printer; Computer communication; Using your PC with other devices; The BASIC compiler; Assembly language subroutines in BASIC; Some features of DOS 2.00.
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Introduction to Graphics and Sound on the PC
Input the Professional Way
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16-bit number allows ANSWERS TO TEST array assembly language bar chart BASIC program batch file beginning binary number bubble sort bytes called carriage return characters CHDIR color command communications file compiler contains COPY corresponding current directory cursor data file data items decimal number DEF SEG digits disk diskette display draw drive ENTER entry erase error trapping example execution extended ASCII code field Figure file buffer file name FILE1 format function key GOSUB GOTO hexadecimal IBM PC IBM Personal Computer INKEY input routine instruction integer joystick keyboard buffer KEYIN labels light pen LSET machine language subroutine memory locations Note NUMBERCK option output parameters parity bit pixel PRINT printer random access file rectangle root directory screen segment specified stored string subdirectory Suppose TEST YOUR UNDERSTANDING TITLE trapping routine two's complement UNDERSTANDING 1 answer variable vertical viewport Write a program