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1.
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QUICKLINK II FAX: FAX AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS. WINDOWS & DOS.

Publisher: Smith Micro Software [Aliso Viejo, CA]. No date. (1994)..
162pp. + index. 8vo. Illustrated glossy wraps. Documentation Revision 2.01. User's Guide. The bottom of the first few pages have a light moisture stain around the gutter o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $2.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged.

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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc AMD  
Condensed Catalog, AMD 1981
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Publisher: AMD 1981, approx. 150 pages, each Section paginated separately; diagrams and charts.
Very Good overall, black-white-green decorated cardstock covers, softcover, some shelfwear, binding is secure and sound, pages clean, unmarked

A quick reference source for all Advanced Micro Devices' integrated circuits and board-level products. It contains three basic types of information -- numerical product listing, short-form data and general reference material Includes, Bipolar LSI and support products; Memory; MOS microprocesoor products; Linear; Board level Products; more mb9.10



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Amiga  
Amiga User Guide, Amiga Basic, ABasiC
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Publisher: Commodore Amiga, 1985; approximately 320 pages, illustrations.
Very Good overall, graywhite vinyl 3-ring binder, containing the 3 softcover manuals from Amiga, 3-hole punched. Thick notebook, some old soiling. Pages clean and unmarked

Includes, Introduction to Amiga - setting up the Amiga; getting started using the Workbench; Adding to the Amiga, caring for the Amiga, Reference; AmigaDOS messages, changing the pointer etc;

Amiga Basic -- introducing, getting started, using Amiga Basic; editing and debugging your programs, working withfiles and devices, creating animated images with the object editor, MORE

ABasiC -- line editor commands, opeartors, functions, graphics commands, sound and speech commands, file management commands, system commands, debugging commands, MORE. Includes Appendices - Quick Command Reference; Error codes and messages; ASCII character codes; Wriring phonetically for the NARRATE command, and MORE

Contains NO SOFTARE but does have several stapled sheets at the rear pocket, for Amiga Basic Manual Update v1.1


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Apple Computer Inc  
Apple II, a touch of Applesoft BASIC; Apple IIc, Apple IIe, Apple IIgs
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Publisher: Apple Computer, Inc, CA 1986, 109 pages, index, Enclosed is bifold Apple Survey Card.
Very Good or better condition, illus. white and color illustrated cardstock covers, stapled binding, tight and secure, pages clean and unmarked

Includes, getting started; arithmetic and variables; the outside world; Using the Disk and other devices; Loops and conditions; Graphics; controlled loops; Programming with style - modular programming; Formatting screens; Programming for People

Includes A summary of Applesoft Instructions; reserved words, Glossary and more



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5.
Bobrow, Daniel G and Bertram Raphael  
A Comparison of List-Processing Computer Languages / RAND RM-3842-PR october 1963
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Publisher: RAND Corp. Air Force Project Rand, October 1963; Santa Monica, Calif., RM-3842-PR.
37 pages, softbound, blue titling, Very Good overall, light wrinkling along bottom cover edge, corporate stamp on top righthand corner of titlepage, toning to margins & spine, binding is tight, pages clean & unmarkedLater published in Communications of the ACM in April 1964 (Commun. ACM 7(4): 231-240 (1964), this is the earlier RAND report published under separate cover in October, 1963. including a detailed comparison of COMIT, IPL-V, LISP 1.5, and SLIP. stapled gray-textured cardstock covers, 8.5x11. 'This Memorandum is a comparison of four well-known list-processing computer languages, which are considered representative of the various list-processing languages available. List-processing languages are designed to handle problems involving the manipulation of complex data structures and which impose computer memory requirements that change in an unpredictable manner during computation... The authors, consultants to the RAND Corporation, are on the staff at the Computation Center, MIT.' (from the Preface). 'This Memorandum presents a detailed comparision of COMIT, IPL-V, LISP 1.5 and SLIP -- four well-known computer programming languages which, among them, exhibit all the principal characteristics of existing list-processing languages. Important common features are reviewed - forms of data structures which are manipulated; necessity for dynamic allocation of storage; use of pushdown stores; and use of recursive operations. Principal differences between the four languages under consideration are detailed -- representation of data, both by the programmer & within the machine; methods for storage allocation; programming formalisms and special processes available, including arithmetic facilities; usability in terms of availability, documentation, learning aids, and debugging facilities... Finally, the authors give some heuristics to aid in the selection of one of these languages for use in particular problem applications, concluding that no one of the languages considered is distinctly superior...'(from the Summary) CONTENTS - Preface, Summary, Introduction, Definition of TERMS; Common Features of LP Languages - data representations, storage allocation, pushdown stores, recursive operations; NOTES



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6.
Casey, Robert and James Perry  
Punched Cards -- their Applications to Science and Industry (1951)
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Publisher: Reinhold Publishing Corp, NY 1951, first edition; 506 pages, Index, extensive notes section; illustr.
Good+ to Very Good, dark yellow cloth hardcover, no dustjacket; front corners bumped rather hard, lower spine puckered from tape or abrasion of some kind; binding is sound, pages are clean & unmarked.Photographs of vintage equipment. Extensive Bibliography Anthology of articles on the use of punched cards, which were marketed under the names Keysort, E-Z Sort, Rocket in the USA and Paramount or Cope-Chat cards in England. (from the preface) CONTENTS -- PUNCHED-CARD FUNDAMENTALS - introd by Casey & Perry; Elementary Manipulation of Hand-sorted Punched Cards (Casey & Perry); Applications of Simple Coding Procedures to a Specific Problem (Breger); Commercially Available Punched-Card Systems, Equipment & Supplies (Zeisig & Martin); CASE HISTORIES OF PUNCHED-CARD APPLICATIONS - Activating Unwieldy Files (Lorraine Voigt & Ann Rea); A Punched-Card File based on Word Coding (Wise); Report Indexing by Machine-Sorted Punched Cards (peakes); Identification of Unknown Substances (Kirkpatrick); Systematic Indexing of Organic Compounds (Whitman & Clayton); Specialized files for Patent Searching (Batten); Use of Punched-Card Techniques in the Preparation of Reports, Papers & Books (Burkhard); An Abstracting & Information Service for Plant Breeding & Genetics (Richens); Punched-card System for Anesthesia Records (Saklad & Fine); Routine Library Operations - application of machine-sorted cards (Klausner); Hand-sorted cards in industry (by the editors, with representatives of punched-card companies); Production control in a Textile Finishing plant (Carr); Production control in the manufacture of screws (Ladd); Inventory Record System at Cook Electric Company (Lundeen); GENERAL & FUNDAMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS - Punched-Card Coding - some practical suggestions (Perry); Mathematical Analysis of Coding systems (Wise); Correlation of research data & establishment of cause & effect relationships (Frear); Comprehensive coding schemes for chemical compounds (Frear); Indexing & Index-Searching (Crane & Bernier); Searching the Literature (Soule); Patent Searching - general files (Bailey & cochran); Making a Classification System (Ball); Transcription Problems in preparing & using Punched-card files (Stanford & Gull); Applications of Punched-card methods to Scientific Computations (King); FUTURE POSSIBILITIES OF APPLYING MECHANIZED METHODS TO SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL LITERATURE (Pietsch); BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE USES OF PUNCHED CARDS (Ferris, Taylor, Perry & Torok); IndexAdditional pictures available

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7.
Chambers, Mark L.  
Teach Yourself Visually... iMac

Publisher: maranGraphics / IDG Books Worldwide [c2000].
317, [3] p., index, color photos throughout; 23 cm. Clear, step-by-step screen shots for learning how to operate an iMac efficiently and quickly. Useful for any new Mac user. Chapters include Meet Your Mac; iMac and Mac OS Basics; Running and Switching Programs; Working with Files; Customizing Your Desktop; Using a Printer; Playing Audio, Video, and Speech; Connecting to the Internet; Browsing the Web; Working with E-Mail; Using Sherlock 2; Upgrading Your iMac; Optimizing Your iMac; Troubleshooting Problems. "Over 300 pages in Full Color." Pictorial paper covers; fine. stock#44932.

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8.
Chernikoff, Stephen  
Macintosh Revealed volume One; Unlocking the Toolbox
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Publisher: Hayden Book Co, 1985, 516 pages, index, some diagrams, index.
Very Good overall, slightly oversized, large thick softcover, green illustrated cardstock covers, some creases to cover corners, overall binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked

presents the foundations on which the Toolbox is built... learn how to call Toolbox routines from your application programs, how to manage the Macintosh's memory, how to use quickdraw graphics routines, and how to display character text... And more mb89





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Commodore-Amiga  
Introducing the Commodore Amiga 3000
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Publisher: commodore amiga 1990, stated first edition first printing; the manual included with the computer; approximately 112 page.
Very Good+, glossy white illustrated cardstock covers, softcover, 6x9, slight wear at spine ends. Appears unread. Binding is tight, pages clean

Introduces you to the Commodore-Amiga 3000 computer; briefly describes the major components and features, and tells how each works. Includes overview; Features - hardware - 68030 microprocessor; 68881/68882 numeric coprocessor; hard disk, display enhancer, SCSI controller; Standard Amiga Features - GUI processing; command line processing; multitasking; text-to-speech conversion; stereo sound; autocoding;Getting Started; workbench; the A3000 hard disk; Expanding the Amiga 3000, expansion options available, PC emulation with bridgeboards, video expansion etc; Appendices -- Technical Specifications; input/output connector pin assignments; display enhancer; using the A3000 keyboard; A3000 Schematics

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10.
Cooper, James  
The Minicomputer in the Laboratory -- with examples Using the PDP-11
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, NY / Wiley-Interscience, 1977; 365 pages, Index, appendices.
Very Good overall, hardcover, black with silver title on spine; the binding is sound and secure, pages are clean & unmarked

Introd. to the PDP-11 Computer; memories, solid state memories, computer programming; Basic Numerical Concepts, important numerical concepts for PDP-11 Programming, complements etc; Basic Architecture of the PDP-11 - use of the PDP-11 console; status lights; console switches; loading programs from paper tape; loading programs using absolute loader; format of Absolute Loader Tapes; Intro to PDP-11 Instruction Set - processor status register, single-operand instructions, double-operand instructions, a simple program, analsysis of the assembled program; The PDP-11 Addressing Modes; Writing Simple Programs - a program for adding 10 numbers; programming without using R0-R6; Proper initialization; the SOB instruction; Assembling Programs; Logical & Shift Instructions & multiply-divide option instructions; Input-Output & Subroutines; Traps & Interrupts; The Floating Point Math Package FPMP11; Advanced Programming Concepts and Techniques - using the PDP-10; summary of PDP-10 Cross-assembly instructions; summary of MAC DLX AND MACY11 error messages; summary of PDP-11 assembler Directives; use of LNKX11; Stack manipulation; position-independent code; reentrant routines; incrementing & decrementing; use of the stack for recursive subroutine calls etc; Debugging using ODT-11; LABORATORY MINICOMPUTER APPLICATIONS - the LPS-11 Laboratory Data Peripheral - programming the display, analog-to-digital converter, multiplexer etc; Signal Averaging of Laboratory Data, Schmitt Trigger enable etc; Methods of Displaying & Plotting Data, variable width display, cursor display, plotting data etc; Peak Printout; The Use of the Fourier Transform in the Laboratory, nuclear magnetic resonance, infrared spectrometry, mathematics of the Fourier Transform, recipe for writing a fourier transform etc; Window Functions and Phase Correction Methods; Bibliography; Appendices - instruction index & effects of various instruc. on the condition codes, memory map, etc.

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11.
DAC Software  
DAC Easy C, Word II
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Publisher: Dac Software, Inc., Dallas TX 1987, 144 pages PLUS 16 pages of screen-shots and advertising at rear for additional DAC S.
Very Good, black illustrated glossy cardstock covers, softcover; binding is sound, pages clean

NO DISK OR SOFTWARE -- Probably none included originally with this book
Contents include, Getting Started, Tutorial Lesson Set -- Dac-Easy Word Basics; Printing Files; More Editing; Typography; Document Formatting; Searching; Mail list and merge; more

Reference Manual - general commands; special keys; Appendices - mailing list/editor, edit printer, converting files, etc



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12.
Daly, Raymond; Stephen Hill; Roy Soltoff et al  
The B00K -- accessing the TRS-80 ROM / volume I -- Math
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Publisher: Insiders Software Consultants, VA, 1980, second printing July 1980; approx. 122 pages, individually paginated sections;.
Very Good or a bit better, stapled yellow-orange cardstock covers, large softcover, old label on front cover, slight shelfwear, bindiing is tight and pages clean and unmarked

Includes -- Formats and Accumulators - BASIC data areas; single and double precision data format; memory accumulators; register accumulators, etc; Data Manipulation - variable type flag, error recovery, data conversion, moving data, ASCII to Binary Conversion, Binary to ASCII conversion, formatted conversion etc;

Assembly Interfacing - register utilization, integer math routines, single and double precision math routines, interfacing to math functions, more; Disassembly of ROM Math Routines; Label Table;

Interfacing Examples; convert double precision to Hex; solve quadratic equation; random number generator test; BASIC Disassembler Listing. 'It is HIGHLY recommended that the reader start with the Introduction and continue on through the book. After the first reading, the Table of Contents can double as an Index, which was left out to discourage people from leaping into strange waters...' (from the book's Preface)



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Dao, Lanny V  
Mastering the 8088 Microprocessor
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Publisher: PA: Tab Books, 1988, 330pp., First Edition, First Printing, figures, diagrams,some photographs, index.
Very Good soft cover, front cover creased across upper right corner, binding is tight, pages clean and unmarkedBasic Concepts -- Overview of a Microcomputer; Representation of Information in a Microcomputer; The IBM Personal Computer; Intel 8088 Microprocessor -- machine Language; Architecture; Segmentation Concepts; Addressing Modes; stack Manipulation; Interrupts; 8088 Assembly Language -- Why Assembly Language; Program Format; Common Errors; Macros; Instruction Set; Integer Arithmetic -- Arithmetic Instructions; 32-bit Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication; Generation of Pseudorandom Numbers; Conversion from Hexadecimal to Decimal; Logical Functions -- Definitions; Logical Instructions; Bit Manipulation; Character Conversion; Data Encryption and Decryption; Data Movement -- Data Movement Instructions; Moving Data in Overlapping Strings; Conversion From ASCII to EBCDIC; Searching for a Sequence of Characters; Manipulating a Doubly Linked List; Control Transfer -- Unconditional and Conditional Transfer Instructions; Structure of a Loop; Structure of a Procedure; Bubble Sort; Conversion from Algebraic to Reverse Polish; Recursive Programming; Shift and Rotate -- Rotate Instructions; Shift Instructions; Counting 1-bits in a Word; Decoding a Machine Instruction; Constructing a Segment Override Prefix; Appendices -- ASCII and EBCDIC Conversion Tables, 8086/8088 Machine Instruction Encoding and Decoding Guide

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DEC Digtial Equipment Corporation  
DEC The Digital Logic Handbook -- Flip Chip Modules -- 1966-67 edition
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Publisher: DEC, MA 1966, 328 pages, double-column text, some photographs, illustrations, diagrams etc;.
includes pricelist for Flip Chip Modules at rear. ood overall, 6x9 illustrated cardstock covers, softcover; covers rubbed and toned at extremities, pages toned with age and paper acidity as is common with paperbacks of this era; binding is secure and strong, pages clean and unmarked, not brittle'The Digital Logic Handbook is a comprehensive reference manual for both the logic designer and the student. Over half of its 352 pages are devoted to applications information and technical data. Special interest sections cover such subjects as analog-digital and digital-analog conversion techniques and logic training-breadboarding equipment. There are also detailed design specifications for more than 150 FLIP CHIP Modules and accessories, the industry's most complete line of logic circuits... ' (from the rear cover) Photos of PDP 7, PDP 8, LINC etcAdditional pictures of book are available

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Digital Equipment Corporation DEC  
Logic Handbook 1967 Flip-chip modules / Digital Equipment Corporation DEC
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Publisher: DEC, 1967; 428 pages, diagrams, Photographs of equipment.
Very Good, creamcolored cardstock covers, softcover, 5.5 x 8 size, spine heel bruised, upper front corner crease and shelfwear; binding is tight, square; pages clean and unmarked although toned with age and paper acidity. The digital Logic Handbook Flip Chip Modules 1967 edition. Sections include -- Digital logic primer (number system, boolean algebra, binary-coded decimal codes etc); Flip Chip Modules -- R Series - Basic Logic Modules Dc to 2 MHz); B series - negative, high-speed logic modules; W series - digital logic interface modules; Application notes; Logic Laboratory; Hardware, octaids and panelaids, printed circuit board kits etc; Analog-Digital conversion handbook; Computer catalog, incl bibliography of digital logic, other appendices, new products etc. Additional pictures available

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Goodman, Danny  
The Complete Hypercard Handbook
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Publisher: Bantam Books, NY, 1987, 720 pages, Illustrations, Appendices, Index.
Very Good, large thick heavy softcover, prev. owner's name rubberstamp inside covers; The binding is sound and secure, the pages are clean and unmarked

Designed by Macpaint legend Bill Atkinson, HyperCard turns the Macintosh into a broadbased yet personalized system for storing, distributing and molding information... The first half of the book reveals every shortcut and undocumented feature the author knows for HyperCard browsing, graphics and authoring. The second half gently leads you into HyperCard's comprehensive programming level and the HyperTalk language. You get step-by-step explanations of several fully-featured Hyper-talk intensive applications... (from the rear cover)

Browsing Through HyperCard -- The Browsing Building Blocks, Finding & Entering Information, HyperCard Linking & Printing;

HyperCard's Authoring Environment -- Introduction to Authoring, All About Stacks, All About Layers, All About Backgrounds, All About Cards, All About Fields, All About Buttons, Basic Linking

Introduction to HyperCard's Painting Tools, HyperCard Painting Palettes, The Paint Menu, The Options Menu, Painting Strategies, Building a HyperCard Stack;

HyperCard's Programming Environment-- Introduction to HyperTalk, Messages, Hierarchy, & Inheritance, Introducing HyperTalk Commands, Navigation Commands, Action Commands, Arithmetic Commands, Object Manipulation Commands, Screen Manipulation Commands, Sound Commands, File Manipulation Commands, HyperCard Properties,

Introducing HyperTalk Functions,Time & Date Functions, Keyboard & Mouse Functions, Text Functions, Math Functions, Miscellaneous Functions, Mathematic Operators, Constants, HyperTalk Control Structures;

Applying HyperCard & HyperTalk -- Introduction to Applications, A Corporate Directory, A Telephone Logbook, A Time Sheet, A New & Improved To Do List, A Conversion Calculator, A Visual Outliner, Tips on Importing & Exporting Data, HyperTalk Reference



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Harvard Computation Laboratory, New introduction by I. Bernard Cohen  
A Manual of Operation for the Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator by the Harvard Computation Laboratory; Charles Ba
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Publisher: CBI, MN, MIT Press Massachusetts, 1985 ISBN 0-262-01084-4, 585 pages, 8x10, bibliography, index.
Very Good or better condition, maroon cloth hardcover with titles in gilt on cover and spine. Slight lower rear cover corner bump, prev. owner's name on front endpage. Tight binding, unmarked pages

CBI Institute, this volume out of print. In the summer of 1944, at a dedication ceremony at Harvard's Cruft Laboratory, one of the world's first automatic digital calculating machines was unveiled to the public. The machine was the Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator, more commonly known as the Harvard Mark I. The staff of the Harvard Computation Laboratory was unprepared for the interest which news of the machine's dedication touched off, and in response to many inquiries they arranged for the publication of this Manual of Operation.

If the Mark I itself was a milestone in digital computing, so was this Manual -- it was one of the first publications to address the fundamental question of how to get a computer to solve problems. Scattered throughout the book are listings of operation codes that represent sequences of operations the Mark I would carry out: these are among the first examples anywhere of what are now called computer programs. Both this Manual of Operation and the computer it describes reveal the profound transition from an age when computing was something human beings did, with varying degrees of mechanical aids, to one where machines themselves do most of the work. (from the publisher's website)

A Manual of Operation for the Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator was originally published in 1946 by Harvard University Press



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Hilsenrath; Ziegler; Messina; Astin et al.  
OMNITAB - a computer program for statistical and numerical analysis, 1968 second edition
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Publisher: US Dept Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Wash., D.C., 1966, reissued with corrections, 1968; 276 pages, Referenc.
Very Good overall, red cloth hardcover stamped in gilt; rubbed, some scuffs along upper front cover, some shelfwear. Prev. owner's name inside front cover. The binding is secure and tight, the pages are clean & unmarked

Extensive use was made of the digital computer in preparing this publication; in addition to the computer results which are obviously taken from the computer output, the text itself was prepared with the aid of the digital computer and a card-controlled typewriter.

The first draft of the manuscript was punched on cards and processed on the IBM 870 Document Writer. After numerous editorial revisions, the cards were fed into an IBM 7094 computer which recomposed the lines and justified the text to the specified width. These justified cards were then fed through the Document Writer again to produce the camera-ready copy from which the pages in this Handbook were produced' (from the introd.)

'As high-speed computers assume an increasingly important role in the scientific, technological and economic life of modern society, it is becoming necessary to develop techniques that will provide the user with more convenient and efficient access to these machines...

This Handbook presents the results of one of the efforts to make it easier for scientists and engineers to use large digital computers. It describes the OMNITAB general-purpose digital computer program, a tool that permits workers who are unfamiliar with programming to communicate with a large computer in a highly efficient manner by means of simple English sentences. it is hoped that this publication will serve as a manual for those who will be using the program, and to serve as a stimulus for further improvements in the man-machine interaction' (from the Foreword)

INCLUDES - general-purpose programs; the operating system; biblliography of general purpose computer programs; OMNITAB program - vocabulary & sentence structure, rules, bibliography of applications; Commands - input instructions, output, function generation, manipulation arithmetic operations, bessel functions, etc;

Special Features, diagnostic, self-teaching, graphical presentation of data, etc; Statistical & Numerical Analysis; Repeat Mode; Matrix Operations; Array ops; Mathematical and special Operators; Fundamental physical constants;

Documentation of and With OMNITAB; causes and consequences of error diagnostics; Index to OMNITAB Commands, more



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Hilsenrath; Ziegler; Messina; Astin et al. National Bureau of Standards  
OMNITAB - a computer program for statistical and numerical analysis /1966 first editn
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Publisher: US Dept Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Wash., D.C., 1966; 256 pages, References, diagrams.
Good+ overall, blue cloth hardcover stamped in gilt; rubbed & some wear at extremities; spine title dulled, prev. owner's name in ink at upper corner of front board & personal lettering at tail of spine; pages are clean & unmarked, binding is sound

Extensive use was made of the digital computer in preparing this publication; in addition to the computer results which are obviously taken from the computer output, the text itself was prepared with the aid of the digital computer and a card-controlled typewriter. The first draft of the manuscript was punched on cards and processed on the IBM 870 Document Writer. After numerous editorial revisions, the cards were fed into an IBM 7094 computer which recomposed the lines and justified the text to the specified width. These justified cards were then fed through the Document Writer again to produce the camera-ready copy from which the pages in this Handbook were produced' (from the introd.) 'As high-speed computers assume an increasingly important role in the scientific, technological and economic life of modern society, it is becoming necessary to develop techniques that will provide the user with more convenient and efficient access to these machines... This Handbook presents the results of one of the efforts to make it easier for scientists and engineers to use large digital computers.

It describes the OMNITAB general-purpose digital computer program, a tool that permits workers who are unfamiliar with programming to communicate with a large computer in a highly efficient manner by means of simple English sentences. it is hoped that this publication will serve as a manual for those who will be using the program, and to serve as a stimulus for further improvements in the man-machine interaction' (from the Foreword)

INCLUDES - general-purpose programs; the operating system; bibliography of general purpose computer programs; OMNITAB program - vocabulary & sentence structure, rules, bibliography of applications; Commands - input instructions, output, function generation, manipulation arithmetic operations, bessel functions, etc;

Special Features, diagnostic, self-teaching, graphical presentation of data, etc; Statistical & Numerical Analysis; Repeat Mode; Matrix Operations; Array ops; Mathematical and special Operators; Fundamental physical constants; Documentation of and With OMNITAB; causes and consequences of error diagnostics; Index to OMNITAB Commands, more



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20.
IBM  
Introduction to IBM Data Processing Systems -- Student Text
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Publisher: IBM, NY 1960 fifth edition 1977, reprinted 1978, 119 pages, diagrams; photographs of equipment; Index.
Good overall, large softcover; scuffs & rubbing to covers, spine rubbed & worn; rubberstamped along textblock fore-edges, some page corner creases, etc. Binding sound, pages with a few margin checkmarks but overall unmarked, cleanPhotos of 5100 portable, Sys/32, etc.Data Processing in the Past, at Present, in the Future; System/3, 32, IBM 5100; Stored Programs, more;Data Representation -- data recording media, cards, paper tape, hole pattern, magnetic tape, optically read chars, visual output, MORE;Storage Devices -- Main Storage, Magnetic Disk Storage, Mass Storage, Storage & Data Processing Methods;Central Processing Unit (CPU) -- Functional Units, Register, Counter, Adder, Machine Cycles, Instruction Cycle, Execution Cycle, more; Input/Output Devices -- Control Units, Channels, Validity Checks, Indicators, Keys & Switches, Punched Card Devices, Card Readers, Card Punches, Diskette Input/Output Devices, Magnetic Tape Units, Loading Tape Units, more;Teleprocessing -- Elements of a Teleprocessing Network, Host Processor, Communications Control Devices, Modulation/ Demodulation Devices, Communications Lines, Configuration, Transmission Direction, Type, more;Stored Program Concepts -- Instructions, Two-Address Instructions, Instructions & Data, Developing a Program, System Flowchart, Program Flowchart, more;Programming Languages & Techniques -- Program Preparation, Types of Programming Languages, Symbolic Language, Language Translation, Machine Oriented Programming Language, Macro Instructions, more;Programming Systems - DOS/VS, Component Programs, Time sharing, VM virtual machine, 370, ISAM, VSAM etc more;Data Security & & Integrity - Backup Facilities, Data Controls, Input Controls, Processing Controls, Record Count, Limit Check or Reasonableness Check, Tape & Disk Labels, House Keeping Check, terminal security, network security, MORE

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21.
IBM  
IBM Programmed Instruction Course -- Computing Systems Fundamentals -- Text - unit 1
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Publisher: IBM Stated first edition March 1967; 8.5x11, form R29-0241-0, i-v, 84 pages, intact Comment Form.
Very Good overall, dark green cardstock covers with white banner & black titles, some edgewear at spine ends, toning & foxing to covers at extremities, slight rolling as if stored with weight on top. Binding is solid, pages clean & only 3 pages show marks on fill-in answers

Photographs of old IBM computers, the 1403 printer, punched cards, hopper & stacker of the 2520 card read punch, 2401 magnetic tape unit heads & drives, tape reels etc; drum storage; disk pack 2311 disk storage drive schematic; 2321 data cell drive; punched paper tape; 2250 Display Unit, repertoire, central processing unit, printer-keyboard, etc; 2361 core storage;

Typical System/360 Model 20 Installation (fullpage photograph); Solid Logic Technology, IBM-AI SLT Logic Card, 1/2 inch square circuit modules (photo), more. Only 3 pages show any kind of pencil or ink fill-ins, all the rest are blank & clean. Intact Customer Comment Forms at rear, still attached & blank.



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22.
IBM  
IBM 3270 Information Display System, 3274 Control Unit, Reference Summary
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Publisher: IBM, December 1988 eight edition, 173 pages.
Good to very good overall, 4x8, cardstock covers, softcover, some cover creases and bend at middle extremity, as thumbed-through pages. Binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked

Intended for use by application programmers and by those involved with problem identification... Includes Sections on 3274 Reference Information - control character codes, buffer control orders and order codes, reset matrix, remotie control unit and device addressing, Printer control orders for 3270 data stream, error codes, indicator codes and MORE; 3270 Buffer Address COdes, transmission - 16-bit address mode, 14-bit and 12-bit address mode, 12-bit Buffer Address Code Table



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23.
IBM  
IBM 3715 Printer theory Maintenance; and, 3715 IBM Printer Parts Catalog; IBM Maintenance Library
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Publisher: IBM May 1975, approx. 150 pages and 30 pages, diagrams, schematics.
Very Good, two manuals, 8.5x11, green cardstock covers and Parts Catalog purple cardstock covers; in a black IBM Field Engineering vinyl binder. Pages clean and unmarked

Contents include Sections on, Checks, Adjustments, Removals and Replacements; Preventive Maintencance; Principles of Operation (printer status and error conditions, ready signal, wire check signal, print wire timing, stepper motor timings etc); 400 Printer; 4100 Platen; 4200 Forms tractor unit; 4300 Form feed mechanism; 4600 power supply; 4700 Carrier; and more

Parts Catalog includes How to use a parts catalog; Visual Indexes -- ASM, cable and jumper component parts, frame ASM, Carrier ASM, etc; Also, numerical index



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24.
IBM  
Lot of 3 System 360 IBM Manuals - Sys/360 Principles of Operation; Basic Fortran IV Programmer's Guide systems reference
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Publisher: IBM, Systems Reference library and student text; 1966 and 1973; var. pagination, approx. 480 pages total in 3 volumes, d.
IBM, Systems Reference library and student text; 1966 and 1973; var. pagination, approx. 480 pages total in 3 volumes, double-column text, diagrams. Very Good overall, 3 manuals in the Lot, stapled bindings sound, 8.5x11 size, one volume red cardstock covers, the other two gray-and-white alternating decoration along outer margins; some edgewear, but overall sound, unmarked

Includes, (1) IBM System/360 Principles of Operation; (2) IBM System/360 Disk and Tape Operating systems - Basic Fortran IV - Programmer's Guide; (3) A Programmer's Introduction to the IBM System/360 Architecture, Instructions and Assembly Language mb4



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25.
IBM  
31 manuals, IBM System/360, IBM Programmed Instruction Course, COBOL, FORTRAN etc 1960's, see details
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Publisher: IBM, 1965-1968, some double-column text ,illustrations etc.
NOTE weight is approx. 14.6 lbs. Please email for shipping costs Solid green cardstock covers with white horizontal banners, approx. 14.6 lbs. All Very Good condition overall, pages clean, unmarked, bindings sound and secure.

31 individual manuals, several duplicatesapprox. 14.6 lbs. All Very Good condition overall, pages clean, unmarked, bindings sound and secure

1) FORTRAN IV for IBM SYSTEM/360, Illustrations; flip-chart horizontal format; IBM programmed instruction course; fortran programming; IBM system 360 1965
2) FORTRAN IV for IBM System/360, Chapter 1
3) FORTRAN IV for IBM System/360, Chapter 2
4) FORTRAN IV for IBM System/360, Chapter 3
5) FORTRAN IV for IBM System/360, Chapter 4
6) FORTRAN IV for IBM System/360, Problem Book

7) Computing Systems Fundamentals, Text Unit I (plastic flowcharting template in envelope attached inside front cover)
8) Computing Systems Fundamentals, Text Unit II
9) Computing Systems Fundamentals, Text Unit III
10) Computing Systems Fundamentals, Text Unit IV
11) Computing Systems Fundamentals, Text Unit V
12) Computing Systems Fundamentals, Text Unit VI
13) Computing Systems Fundamentals, Notebook - Unit I
14) Computing Systems Fundamentals, Notebook - Units II-VI

15) System/360 Assembler Language Coding - Case Studies and Suggested Solutions
16) and 17) System/360 Assembler Language Coding - Sample Programs (second copy, Education Development)
18) System/360 Assembler Language Coding - Practice Problems
19) System/360 Assembler Language Coding - Examination (Education Development)
20) and 21) System/360 Assembler Language Coding - Appendix 1966 first edition; also, another copy, revision 1968 (one Programmed Instruction, the other Education Development)
22) and 23) System/360 Assembler Language Coding - Standard and Decimal Instructions Text (education development series) (two copies)
24) and 25) System/360 Aseembler Language Coding - System Review Text (two copies)

26) System/360 COBOL -- COBOL Program Fundamentals, Text
27) System/360 COBOL -- COBOL Program Fundamentals, Reference Handbook
28) System/360 COBOL -- Writing Programs in COBOL Reference Handbook
29) System/360 COBOL -- Writing Programs in COBOL Text

30) Introduction to System/360 Notebook
31) (red) A Programmer's Introduction to the IBM System/360 Architecture, Instructions, and Assembler Language mb6



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26.
IBM  
3 volumes of System/34 manuals, includes, System/34 Planning Guide; System/34 Introduction; System/34 System Support Ref
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Publisher: IBM NY 1977; 1978; 1977; var. pagination, 68 pages; approx. 118 pages; approx. 410 pages; glossary, illustrations, index.
Good to very good overall, all 3 volumes 8.5x11 size, yellowgold and white cardstock covers, 3-hole punched along margin. Front cover of Planning Guide is detached from the staples, textblock still stapled together, has red marker checkmarks etc along margins of introduction and table of contents but the rest appears clean and unmarked; System Support Reference thick softbound with title on spine missing, cover and first few pages are loosened. Pages clean, unmarked

3 volumes of System/34 manuals, includes, System/34 Planning Guide; System/34 Introduction; System/34 System Support Reference Manual
3 volumes of the System/34 manuals series. Includes Introduction; the Planning Guide, for the programmer or manager considering installation of a System/34 - batch processing; print spooling; multibatch processing; display station data entry followed by batch processing; display station data entry concurent with batch processing; data communications; more

the Support Reference manual 'provides programmers with information needed to establish administrative and operating procedures for an IBM System/34. This manual also provides programmers with the reference information needed to identify and use the OCL statements, SSP procedures, control commands, and SSP utility programs required to perform desired functions...' Includes detailed descriptions, error messages, glossary and more mb6.7



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27.
IBM  
IBM Reference Manual 7070 Data Processing System 1960, with Reference Card
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Publisher: IBM 1959, 1960 (major revision, obsoletes previous versions); 299 pages, double-column text, diagrams and some photograp.
Good only, large thick softcover, brown and orange/white heavy paper covers, edgeworn with some paper loss to margin, heavy creases along covers, thumbed pages, tape along rear cover around spine. Prev. owner name in ink along top front cover. The binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked noting a few stray pencil marks

Includes the folding Reference Card for IBM 7070 / 7074 Data Processing System 1960 which shows wear at folds, and some pencil and ink marks. Includes shortcuts to Operation Codes (mnemonic sequence, numeric sequence, augmented codes, core storage locations with special functions etc)

Manual covers operations involving accumulators, logic codes, index-word codes, Core to core block transmissions, table lookup etc; Magnetic Tape, IBM 729 tape units operating principles etc; Disk Storage; IBM 7500 Card reader; Console card reader; 7550 Card Punch; IBM 7400 printer; MORE

Programming Summaries - functional chart of 7070 operation codes, instructions by category, core storage and register addresses, etc; Console; MORE mb6.7



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28.
IBM  
2 volumes -- IBM System/32 Data File Utility (DFU) Facilites and Operations, Student Text; TOGETHER WITH, one of the recommended manu
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Publisher: IBM, second edition February 1978; (1) 100 pages, some illustrations; (2) second edition May 1977, 96 pages.
Very Good, blue and white cardstock covers, 8.5x11, light cover edgewear and rubbing, slight bend lower third. BInding is tight, pages clean, unmarked.

Source Entry Utility manual, also blue and white cardstock covers, 3-hole punched along margin, stapled binding, clean and secure

THe Source Entry Utility (SEU) is part of the System/32 Utlities Program Product... This manual is meant to be a learning tool for the new user of the Source Entry Utility and a reference manual for the experienced user... Includes,The purpose and functions of SEU; the Format descriptions provided with SEU; How to change supplied format descriptions and create new ones; How to call SEU and how to end an SEU job;

How to operate SEU in each mode. The primary audience for the SEU reference manual is the account programmer. The secondary audience includes third part programmers and IBM field support personnel. Includes a glossary of terms, and the Student Text includes a series of Exercises



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29.
IBM  
IBM Systems Reference Library, IBM 1460 Systems Summary
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Publisher: IBM, File Number 1460-00; Form A24-1496-1, no date, early 1960s; 43 pages, double-column text, photographs.
Very Good or a bit better overall, 8.5x11 paper covers, staple binding, 3-hole punched along spine, gray squares decoration along outer edge of cover. Staples are secure and pages are clean and unmarked

'This publication contains brief descriptions of the machine features, components, configurations, and special features. Also included is a section on programming systems, and the programming publications that can be used for the 1460 system...'

Includes, IBM 1460 systems summary -- magnetic core storage, magnetic tape storage, magnetic disk storage; language; processing; checking; solid-state circuitry; advanced design. IBM 1460 used with other systems; IBM Scientific Data Processing Systems;

Card-oriented system -- physical features, data flow; IBM 1441 processing unit, IB 1461 input/output control, models 1, 2, and 3;IBM 1447 console etc;
IBM 1402 card read-punch; IBM 1403 printer; Checking, word mark, stored-program instructions, operation codes, editing etc;

Magnetic-tape oriented system - tape units; tape instructions;
Disk storage oriented system, IBM 1311 disk storage drive, disk instructions etc;
Special features, IBM 1441 processing unit, IBM 1461 input output control; more
Other input/output units for the IBM 1460 System (data transmission unit, paper tape reader, tape punch, magnetic character readers, optical character reader, more)

IBM 1460 programs and programming systems, incl disk utility programs IBM 1311, more

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30.
IBM  
Introduction to System/360, Text, 1968 minor rev. 1969, Education Development -- Endicott, New York
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Publisher: IBM 1968, minor rev. 1969; 350 pages, double-column text, photographs, tables etc.
Fair to good overall; large thick softcover, solid green with white banners, cover smudged and edgetorn, spine paper tears and front cover beginning to loosen; upper righthand corners of last 10 pages or so are folded and wrinkled; the binding is secure but old wrinkling etc. Pages unmarked. Has photographs of S/360 printers and peripheral equipment, etc. Reading or Reference copy only

Contains Quiz after each section -- Systems/360 Operating System; Central Processing unit; Program execution; input/output channels;

Card and Paper Document handling etc; Data Management; Magnetic Tape Concepts; Direct Access Storage Devices; Programming Systems; Teleprocessing; Multiprogramming and Multiprocesisng; more

This book is intended to provide specific information about the System/360 -- how it computes, how it is programmed, and what makes up such a computer system... Each of the twelve sections deals with one topic. A self-evaluation quiz, with answers, at the end of each section, provides a review before starting a new topic...

The design of System/360 is a sharp departure from that of previous computers, based on a decade of growth and differentiation in data processing. Most prominent points -- it is a truly general purpose computer, and it is designed to function under an operating system...' (From the Overview)



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31.
IBM  
IBM System/360 Operating System, COBOL Language; IBM Systems Reference Library
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Publisher: IBM, Form C28-6516-8; ninth edition, November 1968; 158 pages, double-column text, some diagrams.
Very Good, stapled binding, 3-hole-punched at margin, white and light-gray orig. paper cover with title and information on cover as issued. Tight binding, pages clean and unmarked with one paragraph in ink at first page - detailing 3 Steps Toward Successful Programming

IBM System/360 Operating system. COBOL Language. Program Number (COBOL E) 36OS-CO-503; (COBOL F) 36)S-CB-524
COBOL (COmmon Business Oriented Language) is a programming language, similar to English, that is used for commercial data processing. It was developed by the Conference of Data Systems Languages (CODASYL)

This publication provides the programmer with rules for writing programs that are to be compiled by the COBOL E and COBOL F compilers under System/360 Operating System...' (from the first page)



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IBM Data Processing Division  
Punched Card Data Processing Principles; 7 booklets in original slipcase; Sorter, Reproducer, Collator, punched cards
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Publisher: IBM Personal Study Program; IBM NY 1961; 6x9, stapled softcovers, light blue cardstock covers with black & blue titles.
Approximately 290 pages in 7 stapled booklets, medium-blue paper covers with horizontal bar in black; in brown cardboard slipcase. Booklets all Very Good clean, sound and tight bindings and pages, slight scratch to rear of #7, some nicks at spine ends. Overall clean, sturdy and sound. Booklets illustrated with diagrams, some photographs of old equipment. Slipcase has rubbing and slight wear along extremities and corners

Includes the booklets titled -- The IBM Card and its Preparation; The IBM Sorter; The IBM Reproducer; The IBM Collator; The IBM Calculator; The IBM Accounting Machine; Other IBM Unit Record Machines.

Photographs include Creating a card with an IBM Port-a-Punch

Contents -- The IBM Card; the IBM Card Punch;
Operating a card punch - card hopper, punching station, reading station, card stacker, main-line switch, backspace key, column indicator, program control unit;
Replacing damaged cards
Correcting cards having incorrect punching;
Preparing test cards; Program units; components of the Program Unit; Summary of program card, verifying punched cards;
Numerical Sorting - numerical sorting of more than one field, time requirements & considerat Block Sorting, Alphabet sorting,
Operating Principles of the Sorter - timing, selecting the column to be sorted, sel. special cards with the Sorter, sort selection switches, alphabetic sorting switch, Card Punch, other IBM sorters;
Path of Cards in a Reproducing Operation; in a Gang-punching operation; Comparing;
Setting up the Reproducing Punch; control panel; Wiring the Control Panel for Comparing;
Wiring the Control Panel for Gang Punching; Combined Reproducing, Comparing & Gang Punching;
Punch Suppression & the PX Brushes; Offset interspersed gang punching;
Mark Sensing, end printing, the Reproducer & some Applications, more; Collating - Path of cards, Merging Cards, Sequence Checking, Comparing, The IBM Collator Control Panel - Wiring the Control Panel for Sequence Checking, Considerations for merging, Etc;

Section 5 describes the IBM 604 Electronic Calculating Punch and the IBM 602 Calculating Punch - incl card path, storage nits, counter, Control Panel, planning chart, Wiring the 604 Program, etc.

The IBM 402 Alphabetical Accounting Machine, programming the 402, detail printing, IBM 403 & 407 etc.

The last booklet summarizes the IBM Interpreters - card path, 548 control panel; IBM 101 Electronic Statistical Machine; IBM 108 Card Proving Machine; 826 Typewriter Card Punch; 870 Document Writing System.



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Intel  
Lot of 4 handbooks 1984-1987; Memory components, Software, OEM Systems etc
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Publisher: Intel corp., 1984, 1985, 1987; total pages approx. 480, 390, 780, 760 pages, illustrations, photographs etc.
Very Good, all four volumes large thick softcovers, some thumbwear to covers and edges, one volume with prev. owner's name on top textblock; pages toned with age; bindings are secure and tight, pages clean, unmarked

Includes 1) Memory Components Handbook 1987static RAM, EPROMs, etc -- application notes, data sheets, reprint articles and MORE

2) Software Handbook 1984 operating systems ,8080/8085 microprocessor family, 8086/8088 micros, translators and utilities for program development, iAPX 86/88/186/188/286 microprocessor family, sngle chip microcontrollers and MORE; data sheets, fact sheets etc

3) OEM Systems Handbook 1984 AND 4) OEM Systems Handbook 1985 Fact sheets, data sheets and reprint articles for -- Single Board computers, Multibus architecture, High speed math boards, System software, Memory expansion boards, peripheral controllers, Human interface, communication controllers and MORE mb9



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34.
Intel  
The MCS-80/85 Family User's Manual, Intel 1983
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Publisher: Intel 1983, approx. 175 pages, each Section paginated separately; diagrams and schematics, some photographs.
Very good overall, softcover, black and green/turquoise decorated covers; some shelfwear and rubbing, the binding is secure and sound, pages clean and unmarked although toned with age and paper acidity

Includes, introduction to MCS-85; Functional Description; System Operation and Interfacing; The 8080 Central Processor Unit; The Instruction Set, instruction set index; Device Specifications -- 8080A etc, 8-bit n-channel microprocessor, HMOS microprocessors etc; Applications of MCS-85, Workshops and more mb3



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35.
Intel  
Programmer's Reference Manual, Intel 486 processor family, 1995
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Publisher: Intel 1995, approximately 530 pages, each Section paginated separately; diagrams, tables, schematics and more.
Very Good to near fine, glossy coated large thick softcover, slight edgewear. Binding is tight, pages clean and unmarked

Sections include introduction to the Intel486 processor family; Basic Programming Model; Application Programming; System Architecture;

Memory Management; Protection; Multitasking; Input/output; Exceptions and interrupts; Initialization; Debugging; Caching; multiprocessing; Instruction set; emulation and MORE



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36.
Intel  
Intel iAPX 86/88, 186/188 User's Manual, Programmer's Reference 1983
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Publisher: Reward Books; Intel, CA May 1983, 520 pages; diagrams, tables.
Good overall, large format softcover. Creases & edgewear to covers, backstrip worn & chipped; some creases to page corners, overall thumbwear & soiling. Binding is sound, pages are clean & unmarkedContents --INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS -- What is a Microcomputer, CPU, Memory, Input/Output or I/O Devices, Data, Address, & Control busses, Bus Cycles, Interrupts, Direct Memory Access, Addressing Modes, Intel Microcomputer Components;THE iAPX 86,88,186,188 FAMILY OVERVIEW -- CPU Architecture, Memory Addressing, Interrupts, Minimum & Maximum Modes (8086,88 ONLY), 80186, 188 Extensions, 8087, 8089 I/O Processor (IOP). 80130 Operating System Firmware (OSF);THE iAPX 86,88, & iAPX 186,188 ARCHITECTURE & INTRUCTIONS -- CPU Architecture, Register Structure, Memory Structure, I/O Port Organization, Addressing Modes, Instruction Set, 8086, 88 Programming Examples, 80186,188 Programming Examples; iAPX 86,88 HARDWARE DESIGN OVERVIEW -- Mulitprocessing Features, Interrupt Structure; iAPX 186, 188 HARDWARE DESIGN OVERVIEW-- 801186 & 80188 CPU Enhancements, Bus Structure, Interrupts, Clock Generator, Internal Peripheral Interface, Chip Select Unit, DMA Controller, Timer Unit, Interrupt Controller;8087 NUMERIC PROCESSOR EXTENSION -- Processor Overview, Processor Architecture, Computation Fundamentals, Instruction Set, Programming Facilities, Special Topics, Programming Examples;8089 INPUT/OUTPUT PROCESSOR -- Processor Overview, Processor Architecture, Input/Output, Instruction Set, Addressing Modes, Programming Facilities, Programming Considerations; 80130 OPERATING SYSTEM FIRMWARE COMPONENT -- 80130 OSF Overview, Architecture, Multitasking, Multiprogramming, Intertask Coordination, Dynamic Memory Allocation, Management of Objects, Extendability, OSP Primitives, Adding iRMX 86 Features to the OSP Additional pictures available

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37.
Intel  
Microcontroller Handbook 1984 Intel
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Publisher: Intel, 1984, approximately 300 pages each Section paginated separately; double-column text, tables and diagrams.
Good overall, 8x10 black illustrated heavy paper covers ,softcover, some rubbing and shelfwear; first 20 pages or so outer margins old light stains. The binding is sound and secure, pages clean, unmarked

Sections include MCS 96 Family, architecture, software design information, hardware design information, data sheet,

MCS-51 Family; article reprints and Data sheets; CMOS technology; MCS-48 Family and data sheets; The RUPI Family - microcontroller with on-chip communication controllre - 8044a archietecture, serial interface, applications and data sheets etc; and MORE



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38.
Intel  
Microprocessor and Peripheral Handbook -- volume I - microprocessor, Intel 1987
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Publisher: Intel, 1987; ISBN 1555120628; over 1,400 pages, diagrams, circuits etc.
Very Good overall, large thick softcover; binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked

Sections separately paginated. Contents include -- Overview; 8086, 8088Microprocessors -- Data Sheets; 80286 Microprocesso4s; 80386 Microprocessors, Data Sheets, more



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39.
Intel  
Intel Microsystem Components Handbook, 2 volumes; Microprocessors and Peripherals, volume I and volume II
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Publisher: Intel Corp., CA 1984-1985; approx. 2,000 pages, diagrams, data sheets etc.
Good overall, each volume softcover, with rubbing and edgewear to covers, thumbed and read overall but bindings are secure and sound, pages clean and unmarked although toned with age and paper acidity

volume One includes Sections -- MCS-80/85 Microprocessors; iAPX 86, 88, 186, 188 Microprocessors; iAPX 286 Microprocessors; Memory Controllers (includes Data Sheets, users manual, application notes, article reprints); Also includes a Numeric Index; 'The application guide illustrates the range of microprocessors and peripherals that can be used for the applications in the vertical column... The peripherals are grouped by the I/O function they control -- CRT, datacommunications, universal (user programmable), mass storage, dynamic RAM controllers, and CPU/bus support...' (from the introduction)volume TWo includes Support Peripherals (data sheets, application notes); Floppy disk controllers; Hard disk controllers; Data communications; global communications, local area networkds, other data communications (with data sheets, application notes, article reprints, tutorials etc. in each Section)Alphanumerica terminal controllers, Graphics Display Products, Text Processing products (with data sheets, application notes, article reprints, tutorials etc. in each Section)1985 microprocessors information from Intel



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40.
Intel  
Intel Microprocessors handbook 1990, one volume edition
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Publisher: Intel, 1989, 1990; over 1,160 pages in 5 sections, diagrams, data sheets, some photographs.
Very Good overall, large thick softcover, some rubbing and edgewear, binding is secure and sound, pages toned a bit with age and paper acidity but clean and unmarked; textblock foredges rubberstamped with computer library

Sections are separately paginated. Contents includes -- 8086 Microprocessor Family, data sheets; 80286 Microprocessor family, data sheets; Intel 386 family, data sheets; i860 microprocessor family, i860 64-bit microprocessor; development tools for the 8086, etc 80386, 80486, languages and software development tools, in-circuit emulators etc



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41.
Intel Corporation  
iRMX 286/iRMX II Troubleshooting Guide: Q1/1990

Publisher: Intel Corporation Phoenix, AZ 1990.
Near Fine with no dust jacket Softcover Still in shrinkwrap. Three-hole punched; unbound. Covers and pages clean. ; 11 x 8.5"

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42.
Intel; John Katausky, Intel Corporation  
Intel MCS BASIC-52 Users Manual, 1984
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Publisher: Order Number 270010-001, Intel Corp., July 1984; 135 pages, some diagrams.
Very Good overall, 8.5x11 white heavy-paper covers, softcover, 3-hole punched along margin (actually, 5-holes), some shelfwear and edgewear, stapled binding is sound, pages clean and unmarked

Covers getting started (what happens after Reset); Description of Commands; EPROM file commands; Description of Statements; Arithmetic/Logical Operators and expressions; Description of string operators; Special operators; Error messages, Bells, whistles and anomalies; Assembly Language Linkage; System configuration; Appendices

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43.
Ira Horden; Intel  
Using the 8096, Intel Application Note, Ap-248, February 1985
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Publisher: Intel Corporation 1985, CA, 102 pages, some diagrams.
Very good overall, original paper covers, 6.5x8.5 size; 4-hole punched at margin, small rectangular smudging on front cover, light shelfwear; stapled binding is tight and secure, pages clean and unmarked

Includes, 8096 overview -- CPU section, IO features, Processor section, On-chip I/O section, more; Basic Software Examples - using the 8096's processing section; using the I/O section etc;

Advanced Software examples - simultaneous I/O reoutines under interrupt control; software serial port using the HSIO unit; interfacing an optical encoder to the HSI unit; Hardware example - EPROM only minimum system; Port reconstruction;

also, conclusion; Bibliography; Appendices -- basic software examples - table lookups; PLM-96 code with expansion; pulse measurement; A to D converter; more

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44.
Leading Edge Hardware Products, Inc  
3 softcover manuals for the Model D computer, 1985 -- Operator's Guide; Guide to MS-DOS; Guide to BASIC
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Publisher: Leading Edge, MA, 1985, approx. pages, 96, 349, 330; first edition 1985, also second edition 1985; index to each volume,.
Very Good, white softcovers with black titles and cover illustrations; the bindings are tight and square, the pages are clean, unmarked

3 softcover manuals -- Oeprator's Guide; Guide to MS-DOS; Guide to BASIC (GWBasic)

The Leading Edge Model D was an IBM clone computer first released by Leading Edge Hardware in July 1985. It was initially priced at $1,495 configured with dual 5.25" floppy drives, 256 KB of RAM, and a monochrome monitor ... The Model D initially featured an Intel 8088 microprocessor (wikipedia);



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45.
Microdata  
Prism Display Terminal Operator's Guide, rainbow cover, Reality by Microdata
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Publisher: Microdata Corporation, Irvine CA 1975, March 1976; approx. 24 pages with each Section paginated separately; some photogr.
Good to very good overall, 8.5x11 glossy coated cardstock covers, rainbow color design, 3-hole-punched along margin. Chipping to upper front cover edge with slight tear and fold; rubbing along cover edges, punched holes are a bit stretched. Stapled binding is secure, pages are clean and unmarked

'The Reality PRISM Display Terminal Operator's Guide presents operational data for the Microdata Model 4700 CRT/keyboard console' (from the Preface)

INcludes sections on, Specifications; Operator Controls and Keyboard; Operating Procedures - initial set-up; cursor operation; tab functions, erase functions etc; Operation with a Serial Printer; Operator Troubleshooting; Prism Display Terminal Options; Prism Display Terminal control function definitioins

Photographs of Microdata Model 4700 Prism Display Terminal; Prism Display Terminal Rear Panel; Prism Display Terminal keyboard

'The Model 4700 Prism Display Terminal is a desk top unit providing rapid and efficient communications between an operator using a local or remote display terminal and a central computer system. Data is displayed in upper-case alphanumeric form on a 12-inch (diagonal) screen...' (from the introduction)

INCLUDES 2 loosely inserted sheets with suggested cosmetic adjustments to be made before installation; AND, setting Terminal characteristics, baud rate settings, reset switch etc



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46.
Microdata  
Reality by Microdata, Programmer's Reference Manual
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Publisher: Microdata Corp., Irvine CA 1975, 1977, 1979; 279 pages, Index.
Very Good overall, loose 8.5x11 3-hole-punched pages, intended for insertion into a notebook. Includes the original glossy REALITY white/gray/tan cover and rear cover. Pages clean and unmarked

For all Series 3.0 Reality Systems through Release 3.2; July 1979. 'Because these Series 3, Level 3.2 publications represent a new step for Microdata, we are using a 'fresh start' approach. This document is considered as the starting point for future updates... users upgrading from a Series 2.0-2.5 software operating system are advised to thoroughly reread the Reality manuals since most sections have been updated in some way...' (from the Foreword) Also, August 1981, For all Series 3.0-4.0 Reality Systems

This book was produced by 'Baby', one of our Reality computer systems using RUNOFF, Microdata's word processing program. Printer output pages were used as printing masters...' (from the Foreword)

Contents include, Reality Computer systems, the flexible family of computer system; Reality Software; Processors; Data Structures; Files and dictionary files; Terminal Control Language; Logon/Off; Security, accounting history file;

File Management Processors; Spooler; Magnetic Tape Unit Commands; Special System Utilities; System Maintenance Procedures -- Sysprog Account; Terminal Independent Process Handler (TIPH); appendices incl system error messages, Reality 2.x to 4.x upgrade; summary of 2.x versus 4.x tape opreations; creating the ph-history file; Conversion of 3.x Procs, more

Includes about 40 pages of the later insert-revisions



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47.
Microdata  
Reality by Microdata, Installation Procedure Manual 1976
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Publisher: Microdata Corp, Irvine CA September 1976, 76 pages.
Very Good, 8.5x11, white with blue banner cardstock covers, stapled binding softcover; some edgewear to covers, slight old stains along spine and upper rear cover. Stapled binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked

Includes, unpacking the system; visual inspection; Reality System Bay Cabinet; Microdata Disk Drive; Microdata Magnetic Tape Unit; Data Products Model 2230 Line Printer; Centronics Model 101A Printer; Microdata Prism; ADDS Consul 580; Documation Card Reader; RDOO -- Reality Firmware Diagnostic; Disk formatter; RDOS;

Appendices - ATP Procedure; Installation of Reality 2.4 Software; Installation Check Off List



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48.
Microdata  
Microdata data Management Operating System, Operator's Quick Guide
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Publisher: Microdata corporation, Irvine CA 1975, 1979; 61 pages.
Very Good overall, oblong 8x5, white glossy cardstock covers, white plastic comb binding; some foxing and toning to covers, some edgewear. Binding is sound, pages clean

82-1151; Reality Series 4.0, Release 4.1, Sequel Series 1.0, release 1.0Includes chapters on, Editor Processor; editor messages; English Processor; Runoff Processor; Spooler, etc

Includes Summary of each, and Commands; ENGLISH is a generalized data retrieval/report generator language; the EDITOR permits you to modify any item in the data base. The MICRODATA processors discussed in this manual are those used most frequently by MICRODATA operators... (from the introduction)



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49.
Microdata Corporation  
Reality by Microdata, Programmer's Reference Manual 1977
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Publisher: Microdata, California 1977; 140 pages, some diagrams and tables.
Good to very good overall, 8.5x11, large thick softcover, white with blue titles cardstock covers; some cover creases, vertical crease along spine; and thumbed overall; spine darkened with handwritten title down spine, darkening along outer cover edges. The binding is secure and sound; the pages are clean and unmarked

Includes, introduction to the Reality Computer System, Reality Processors, file organization etc; Data Structures; Files and Dictionary Files;Terminal Control Language; Logon/Logoff (security, accounting history file periodic clearing, etc); File Management Processors; The Spooler;

Magnetic Tape Unit Commands Special System Utilities; System Maintenance Procedures - the Systprog account;character set; system error messages; stat-file dictionary; 3.0 upgrade; MORE



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50.
Microdata Corporation  
Reality by Microdata, BISYNC Programming Manual 1977
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Publisher: Microdata, California, 1977; approx. 38 pages, each section paginated separately.
Very Good overall, 8.5x11, glossy white and blue cardstock covers, softcover; binding is tight and secure, pages clean and unmarked

Includes, introduction to transmission methods, codes, links, data links, communication protocols; Reality BISYNC - bisync messages; transmit verb, options, restart and abort, file-message verb, dum message, data link control characters and more;

Modems Examples - transmitting a Reality file; receiving a Reality file; Transmitting Reality Assembler output; Operating with JCL, transmitting a ditto job to an IBM 360 operatin g under DOS/Power; Receiving a Ditto Job from an IBM 360; operating in the attended mode; more

Troubleshooting 'The major function of Binary Synchronous Communication (Bisync) is to effect the orderly transfer of large amounts of data from one location to another using communications facilities...' (from the manual)



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51.
Microdata Corporation  
Reality by Microdata, Data/Basic Programming Manual
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Publisher: Microdata Corp., Irvine CA 1975, 1977, 1979; 220 pages plus appendices.
Very Good overall, white/tan cardstock covers, loose sheets with three-hole punched for insertion into a binder. Slight wear, a bit of smudging and usage wear. Pages are clean and unmarked

For all Series 3.0 - 4.0 REALITY Systems, February 1981

Includes Sections on REALITY Computer System, the Flexible family of Computers systems, REALITY Software, etc; Elements of DATA/BASIC Language; Data/Basic Control Statements;

Data/Basic Input/Output Statements; Dynamic Arrays; Data/Basic Intrinsic Functions; Usage Procedures; Programming Examples, and more. Appendices include, Updating to Reality 4.x from 2.x versions; Setting up a user account for Data/Basic; more



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52.
Microdata corporation  
Reality by Microdata -- Introduction to Reality; manual
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Publisher: Microdata Corporation, Irvine CA 1980; approx. 70 pages, diagrams, photographs.
Very Good, white glossy cardstock covers with the word Reality repeated vertically down the cover in tan and brown. Three-hole-punched at margin for inclusion into a notebook. Pages clean, unmarked

Sections include, REALITY computer system; software; Terminal control language (TCL); Data base management and utility processors; English language processors; Data/Basic language processor; Screenpro processor; Editor processor; Proc language processor; MORE



Appr.: | AUD 16.13 CAD 16.30 EUR 11.19 GBP 8.96 JPY 1,500.00 MXN 187.50 ZAR 161.29 

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53.
MITS BASIC ISAM  
ISAM Reference Information for MITS BASIC / Pertec Computer Corporation 1979 notebook
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Publisher: Pertec Computer Corporation, 1979, 152 pages Illustrations, Appendix, Indexes, Glossary.
Very Good overall, 3-ring binder with mimeographed sheets hole-punched and inserted, along with handwritten notebook pages in a sleeve. Front page typed date May 1979, Pertec Computer Corporation, loosened from tabs but inserted

Scope, Format & Notation, Terminal Input, Loading BASIC, Entering & Executing Programs- The NEW & RUN Commands; NUMBERS & ARITHMETIC -- Constants & Variables - Number Representation, Constants, Variables, Arrays, The DIM Statement, The LET Statement, Order of Precedence, The SWAP Statement;

NON-NUMERICAL PROCESSING -- Strings & String Literals, String Variables, String Expressions - The LET Statement, String Space - The CLEAR Command, Logical Operations;

PROGRAM CONTROL -- Lines, Branching, Unconditional Branching - The GOTO Statement, Conditional Branching -The IF THEN ELSE Statement, Conditional Branching - The ON GOTO Statement, Looping, The FOR NEXT Statement, Nested FOR NEXT Loops; INPUT/OUTPUT-- The DATA, READ, & RESTORE Statements, The INPUT Statement, The INPUT Statement With Prompt, The LINE INPUT Statement, The PRINT Statement, The PRINT USING Statement - Principlees, The PRINT USING Statement - Field Specifiers, The PRINT USING Statement - More Specifiers, Lineprinter Output - The LPRINT & LPRINT USING Statements, Machine Oriented I/O - INP, OUT, & WAIT, The CONSOL Command, Setting Console Parameters - The WIDTH & NULL Statements; ENTERING &

EDITING PROGRAM LINES -- Line Numbers, The AUTO Command, The LIST & LLIST Commands, The DELETE Command, The EDIT Command, EDIT Subcommands - Moving the Pointer & Inserting Characters, EDIT Subcommands - Replacing Characters & Terminating the Command; MASS STORAGE-- The MOUNT & UNLOAD Commands, Storing Program Files - The SAVE Statements, Retrieving Program Files - The LOAD & RUN Statements, Combining Program Files- The MERGE Statement, DATA Files - Random & Sequential Access Methods, File Numbers- The OPEN & CLOSE Statements, Sequential Input - The INPUT & LINE INPUT Statements, more;

SUBROUTINES & FUNCTIONS -- Calling Subroutines - GOSUB Statement, Execution in Subroutines, more; ERRORS -- Error Trapping, Error Trapping - User Defined Errors, Error Trapping - The RESUME Statement, Program Tracing - The TRON & TROFF Statements, more M1



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54.
Monolithic Memories  
Bipolar LSI Data Book, Monolithic Memories 1980, second edition
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Publisher: Monolithic Memories, 1980, approx. 200 pages, each Section paginated separately, diagrams, tables, text.
Very good overall, square white and blue decorated cardstock covers, softcover; some smudging and edgewear, binding is sound,secure; pages clean

Includes Hi Rel; Prom; ROM; Character Generators; PAL; FIFO; Arithmetic elements; Interface; general information Includes numerical index, Logic Diagrams, etc mb9.10



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55.
Mostek  
Mostek Z80 Technical Manual MK 3880 Central Processing Unit, Preliminary
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Publisher: Mostek Corp, TX marked Preliminary, December 1976; 71 pages, diagrams.
Very Good, 8.5x11 stapled wraps, heavy paper softcover, gray with titles in blue and black. Three-hole punched along inner margin. Rubberstamp of electronics company inside front cover. Binding is tight, pages are clean and unmarked

Contents include --introduction; Z-80 CPU Architecture; Z-80 CPU Pin Description;CPU Timing; Z-80 CPU Instruction Set; Flags;Summary of OP Codes and Execution Times; Interrupt Response;Hardware Implementation Examples; Software Implementation Examples; Electrical Specifications

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56.
Motorola  
M68000 16- /32-Bit Microprocessor Programmer's Reference Manual, fourth edition; MC68000
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Publisher: Motorola, Prentice-Hall NJ 1979, fourth edition 1984; 218 pages, diagrams.
Very Good blue cardstock covers, softcover, 7x9, some edgewear; the binding is sound and secure, the pages are clean, unmarked

In this fourth edition of the M6800016-/32-Bit Microprocessor Programmer's Reference Manual, Motorola is offering ... complete information to design engineers, software architects, and computer designers to aid in the completion of software systems using Motorola's M68000 Family of Microprocessors. Included is information that covers the basic MC68000 16-bit microprocessor. Additionally, the 8-bit data bus device, the MC68008, and the virtual memory processor, the MC68010, are also explained in this edition... Each instruction is described in detail in bit pattern format... with explicit examples...(from the rear cover)



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57.
Motorola  
Motorola PowerPC Microprocessor Family -- The Programming Environments for 32-Bit Microprocessors
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Publisher: Motorola 1997, MPCFPE32B/AD 1/97 Rev. 1; sections individually paginated, approximately 300 pages, data book.
Very Good, green and white cardstock covers, large thick softcover; light edgewear, some scuffs. binding is sound and secure, pages are clean and unmarked

Sections include -- Overview; PowerPC Register Set; Operand Conventions; Addressing Modes and Instruction Set Summary; Cache Model and Memory Coherency; Exceptions; Memory Management; Instruction Set; PowerPC Instruction Set Listings;

POWER Architecture Cross Reference; Multiple-precision Shifts; Floating-point Models; Sychronization Programming Examples; Simplified Mnemonics; Glossary of terms and abbreviations; Index.

'TO help programmers provide software that is compatible across the family of PowerPC processors... this revision of this book describes only the 32-bit portion of the PowerPC architecture in detail' (from the introduction)

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58.
Motorola  
MC68851 Paged Memory Management Unit User's Manual
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Publisher: Motorola, 1986 stated first edition; approx. 280 pages, each Section paginated separately; diagrams, foldouts at rear.
Very Good, gray and orange glossy cardstock covers, softcover 7x10, lightly thumbed, light cover rubbing. The binding is secure and tight, the pages are clean and unmarked

Sections include, introduction; overview of system operation; signal description; Bus operation Description; Address translation;

Instruction set processor; Protection; Breakpoints; Coprocessor interface; Access level control interface; Operating timings; Electrical Specifications;

Ordering information and mechanical data; Instruction set; Hardware considerations; Software considerations; more

'The MC68851 is a coprocessor to the 32-bit MC68020 microprocessor and provides sophisticated memory management control for paged, virtual memory systems... It can also be used as a memory management unit by other microprocessor-based systems that use the peripheral interface of the MC68851... Included in this manual is a complete description of the MC68851 concerning all aspects of software and hardware design... with complete timing diagrams and specifications...' from the rear cover

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59.
Motorola MC68881/MC68882 Floating-Point Coprocessor user's manual  
Motorola
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Publisher: Mtorola, prentice-hall, NJ 1987, stated first edition; approx. 285 pages, each Section paginated separately, diagrams, f.
Very Good, gray and orange illustrated glossy cardstock covers, 7x10 softcover, light shelfwear, small abrasion upper spine end. the binding is secure and tight, the pages are clean and unmarked

'the Motorola MC68881/MC68882 Floating-Point Coprocessor User's Manual offers the latest complete information... to aid in the implemenation of hardware and software ssytems using the MC6881 and the enhanced MC68882... Has become the standard 32-bit floating-point coprocessor. The MC68882 provides the same compatibilities with improved performance in a pin-compatible device that can execute existing MC68881 application programs... (from the rear cover)

Included in this manual is a complete description of the MC68881/MC68882 converning all aspects of software and hardware design. Conformance with the ANSI/IEEE standard with seven data types, forty-six instructions, and eight 80-bit floating-point registers is described. Also, efficient mechanisms used for procedure calls, context switches, interrupt handling, and concurrent instruction exectuion are explained. This manual covers the details of the hardware interface requirements, with complete timing diagrams and specifications.

The coprocessor interface and the communication via standard MC68000 bus cycles is detailed for any host processor using 8-, 16-, or 32-bit data base...' (and MORE)

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60.
Motorola; William Blood et al  
MECL System Design Handbook, Motorola 1971
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Publisher: Motorola Semiconductor, 1971 stated first edition; 214 pages, diagrams, schematics, some photographs.
Very Good overall, 8x10 maroon and orange stiff cardstock covers, softcover, some edgewear and scuffing, portion of old electronics store label at upper front cover. Binding is secure and sound, pages clean and unmarked

'In response to the demand for higher performance systems, engineers are looking at digital integrated circuit families which are faster than the popular TTL and DL types. Motorola's Emitter Coupled Logic (MECL) circuits have the characteristics to meet the performance requirements for present and future systems. MECL 10,000 is ideal for computer and communications systems, while state-of-the-art instrumentation equipment uses MECL III...' (from the Preface)Contents includes History of MECL, advantages of, areas of application etc; MECL Families, gate, noise margin, circuit types, flip-flop, family comparisons etc; Using MECL - design rules, circuit board layout techniques, backplane wiring etc; MECL 10,000 Design rules; MECL III design rulesPrinted Circuit Board Connections; System Interconnections; Power DIstribution; Thermal considerations; Transmission Line theory with examples; Bibliography; MECL Applications, more

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61.
Murphy, Donald; with Stephen Kallis, jr.  
Introduction to Data Communication; Digital Equipment Corporation, DEC
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Publisher: DEC, 1968, 1971; 78 pages, diagrams.
Very Good to near fine, red cardstock covers, softcover, titles in white; slight shelfwear at corners and edges. The binding is tight, pages clean and unmarked although toned with age and paper acidity

Chapters and sections include, Communication Theory; Communication Systems; Communication Facilities -- The Bell System, Wide area telephone service WATS; DATAPHONE services, TWX teletype, Western Union, voice grade channels, broad band channels;

Data Communication -- pulsed codes and digital data communication; Data Communication techniques and systems; Digital Communication Codes and Formats -- Baudot Code; ASCII Code, Hollerith Code and MORE; includes appendices



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62.
National Semiconductor corporation  
Databook -- Interface; Bipolar LSI; Bipolar Memory; Programmable Logic data book 1983
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Publisher: National Semiconductor Corp, CA 1983; large thick softbound book, approx. 900 pages, tabbed sections.
Good overall, dark blue cardstock cover; cover creases, edgewear, small chipped pieces missing along corners; binding is sound and tight, pages are clean and unmarked although browning with age and paper acidity. Includes technical data on Transmission Line Drivers/Receivers; Bus Transceivers; Peripheral/Power Drivers; Level Translators/Buffers; Display Controllers/Drivers; Memory Support; Dynamic Memory Support; Microprocessor Support; Data Communications Support Disk Support; Frequency Synthesis; Interface Appendices; Bipolor PROMs; Bipolar and ECL RAMs; 2900 Family/Bipolar Microprocessor; Programmable Logic. All physical dimensions appear at the end of the databook. Contains complete specifications on these high technology products, as well as applications information, product selection and cross reference guide. Additional pictures available

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63.
Pionex the Gold Series  
486 SX/25 Operations Manual -- system setup, overview, system operation, system board, hard disk drive, troubleshooting
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Publisher: Pionex, 1992; 78 pgs, Illustrations.
Very Good overall; 8x10 white, red, black glossy cardstock, softcover; slight edgewear, binding is tight, pages are clean and unmarked

System Setup; System Overview; System Operation; System Board; Hard Disk Drive; Serial & Parallel Interface Ports; VGA Display Adapter; Installing the Serial Mouse; Troubleshooting M841

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64.
Polygon Assoc., Inc  
Poly-COM/220, combined VT220 Terminal Emulation and File Transfer Software (with one 5.25 floppy disk)
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Publisher: Polygon Assoc, Inc, Version 1.1, 1985, St. Louis MO; IBM pc, pc-dos, 192kb.
Very Good, dark blue hardcover 3-ring Binder with manuals inserted; Also Includes 5.25 diskette (appears to be copy for backup purposes), original disk(s) not present; in a gray hardcover slipcase. NOTE - software is Untested and thus not guaranteed

Includes, Poly-TRM/220 Terminal Emulator User's Guide for IBM Personal Computers version 1.0, March 1985; Poly TRM/220 Errata sheets, version 1.1 for IBM Personal Computers; poly-XFR user's Guide; appendix and index; poly-XFR Installation Guide for PC-DOS/IBM Personal Computers, protocol version 3.1

Includes getting started, configuration, communications menu, console menu; Emulation; immediate commands, problems and errors, Installation file, technical notes, modem supprot etc; Notes onf VT220 Emulation; appendix and glossary;

Asynchronous Communications Concepts; Connecting Computers to one Another, RS-232-C standard, data terminal vs. data communications equipment, etc; General Operating instructions, Scenarios for File Transfer sessions -- Personal COmputer local to mini/mainframe host; personal computer local and host without switch; mini/mainframe local and host, etc;

Apple DOS Operations; CP/M(-86) operations; ISIS II operations; MDOS operations; MS-DOS, PC-DOS operations; P/OS operations, VMS operations, RT-11 operations, MORE



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65.
Porter, John  
AS/400 Information Engineering

Publisher: Mcgraw-Hill 1993.
Very Good with no dust jacket Hardcover Quite a bit of hi-lighting (pages 33-66 only); other pages clean. + but for the hi-lighting. Light bumping to extremeties of spine. Corners of boards rubbed at tips. No dj.

Appr.: | AUD 26.88 CAD 27.17 EUR 18.66 GBP 14.93 JPY 2,500.00 MXN 312.50 ZAR 268.82 

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66.
Pro-Log Corporation  
PROM User's Guide Pro-Log Corporation 1977
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Publisher: Pro-Log 1977, 46 pages, diagrams, photographs.
Very Good green cardstock covers illlustrated and titled in white and light green. Softcover; stapled binding, prev. owner's mailing label on rear cover; some edgewear along lower edges. Binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked

Includes, PROM Technology - introduction; how to use 1702A MOS PROMs Reliably; An alternate approach to Programming the 2708 MOS PROM;

PROM Selection Aids -- Bipolar PROM Cross Reference Guide; MOS PROM Cross Reference Guide; TTL Bipolar PROM Selection Guide;

Pro-Log Instrumentation -- introduction; Series 90 PROM Programmer; Series 92 Peripheral PROM Programmer/Duplicator; PM9000 Personality Module; Personality Module Selection Guide; PM900 Generic Family personality module, etc

Programmer Options -- 9101 Paper Tape Reader; 9102 TTY Interface; 9103 UV Erase Light; 9104 Computer Interface etc; New Products; Ordering information, more



Appr.: | AUD 10.75 CAD 10.87 EUR 7.46 GBP 5.97 JPY 1,000.00 MXN 125.00 ZAR 107.53 

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67.
Queyssac, Daniel, editor; Motorola semiconductors  
Understanding Microprocessors
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Publisher: Motorola Semiconductors, based on the series, Understanding Microprocessors, published by Electronics Weekly; no date, l.
Very good overall, orange cardstock covers, 8x10 softcover, rear cover wear and scuffing, backstrip sunned to light orange; the binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked, toned a bit with age and paper acidity

Includes chapters on basic microprocessor system concpets; hardware; random access and read only memory; input/output techniques; Data transfer by DMA; the Interface; interfacing a keyboard; microprocessor programming; MPU programming languages, and much MORE



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68.
Richard Evans; John Dvorak  
Lot of 2 books -- 1) The Happy Mac using utility programs (Richard Evans) 2) Dvorak's Inside Track to the Mac with disk
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Very Good, both softcovers, large format, bindings are secure and sound, pages clean and unmarked; Disk is Untested for Dvorak's Inside Track; Using Utility Programs has crimping to bottom of the last few pages

1) The Happy Mac, using utility programs -- Windcrest/McGraw-Hill, 1992 stated first edition; 210 pages, some illustrations; introduction to an unbeatable combination of top utility programs designed to help you recover lost data and files, protect data from trespassers, prevent viruses, and streamline everyday computer tasks with your Macintosh (From the rear cover)

2) Dvorak's Inside Track to the Mac -- covers all Apple Macintosh Models, 1991, McGraw-Hill; 729 pages, diagrams; 3.5 inch disk inside front cover. Information-packed book and disk package loaded with all the insights, tricks, and goodies that all Mc users - beginners to programmers - could ever want; Mac components, Operating systems focusing on System 7; Multimedia; Graphics; Desktop publishing; and much more; Disk includes the best of the BMUG shareware library mb9



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69.
Shade, Gary  
8088 IBM PC Assembly Language Programming
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Publisher: CBS Computer Books / Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1985; 478 pages, Index, examples, Bibliography etc.
Good+ overall, large glossy cardstock covers, softcover; cover corners creased, some edgewear at spine ends. Thumbed copy but binding is solid and sound, pages clean and unmarked. Includes Sections on Numbering systems, Assembly Language Programming, assemblers & cross assemblers etc, 8088 Architecture; 8088 Instruction Set, bit manipulation instructions etc; Assembler Features, pseudo-ops etc; Macros and MS-DOS; Numbering Conversions, a Programming Example; Disk I/O Programming; The basic Input/Output system, printer and video I/O, graphic modes, sound etc; Communications - analog data transmission, dupliex, baud rate, error checking, modems etc; MS-DOS RS-232C functions, BIOS communication functions, A communications program etc; Appendices; Bibliography. Nuts and bolts of Assembly Language PRogramming -- 'step by step introducton to microprocessors... numbering systems ... and character encoding to give you the boost you need to get the most out of ALP. Also covers MS DOS function calls and features number conversion charts ... ASCII and BAUDOT character encoding charts... and a complete set of original Intel Corporation data sheets!' (from the rear cover). Additional pictures at http://www.oldcomputerbooks.com/images/C810976c.jpg ; http://www.oldcomputerbooks.com/images/C810976b.jpg ; http://www.oldcomputerbooks.com/images/C810976thumb.jpg

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70.
Sherman, Philip M  
Programming and Coding the IBM 709-7090-7094 Computers
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, NY 1963; 137 pages.
Very Good overall, light blue wraps, heavy paper softcover, 7x9, outer margins of covers sunned, slight crease to front corner. Binding is sound and secure, pages clean, unmarked

Includes an index to the IBM 7090 instructions at rear, following the regular index. Booklet is intended to be used in conjunction with Sherman's book, Programming and Coding Digital Computes, as a supplement of specific examples on the IBM computers to illustrate the general prinicples explained in the book.Contents includes --workplan; basic operations; Symbolic Coding; Program Loops, Index regisers, sequencing in memory; Subroutines, input-output operations, program planning; Numberical problems ,algebraic languages, nonnumerical problems, Data processing; macro-instructions, interpreters and simulation, program debugging and testing, more

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71.
Signetics  
Signetics MOS Silicon Gate 2500 Series, Metal Gate, 2000/2400 Series Data Book
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Publisher: Signetics Corp., 1972, 205 pages, diagrams, circuit diagrams, illus..
Very good, 8.5x11 softcover, brown cardstock covers with silver lettering; bump to lower rear corners. Binding is tight, pages clean, unmarked

Includes, Silicon Gate Technology; Designed iwth Silicon Gate; MOS/TTL Interface; MOS Silicon Gate Specifications (there follows by number);

P-Channel - Advance Information on New Products;
N-Channel Advance information on new products; 2000/2400 Metal Gate MOS Specifications; Low Threshold Metal Gate MOS Specifications; MOS Sure 883 Program; MOS/ROM Programming Software Information; more

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72.
Siliconix  
Analog Switch Data Book 1976; Analog Switches June 1976
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Publisher: Siliconix Inc, 1976, approx. 200 pages, each Section paginated separately; diagrams and pin configurations, tables, etc.
Very Good overall, 7x8 illustrated cardstock covers, softcover, slight cover wear and small bends; binding sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked, though toned with age and paper acidity

Analog Switches -- Drivers for FET Switches; Multi-channel FETs; Mechanical Data; appendices



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73.
Steinhart, Robert and Seymour Pollack  
Programming the IBM System/360
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Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, NY 1970; 576 pages, index, some illustrations.
Very good overall, red hardcover with orange and black cover illustration, no dustjacket; binding is secure and tight, pages are clean although there are a few pages with minor yellow hiliter, and previous owner's name on titlepageContents include -- introduction to System/360 Organization, hardware, software etc;System/360 Data HandlingBasic Instruction HandlingIntroduction to Assembler LanguageBinary Arithmetic and Related Machine Instructions (the L, ST and A insturciton; LH, STH, AH, etc)Branching; Decimal Operations; Floating-Point Arithmetic;Logical Instructions; Input/Ouput; Additional Assembler Language Features;FORTRAN Programming; FORTRAN Input/Output; Additional FORTRAN Features;The COBOL Programming System;Data Description and File Organization; COBOL Advanced Features; Programming in the PL/I Language; PL/I Input/output Programming; Additional PL/I FeaturesThe ALGOL Language; Introduction to Job Control Language

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74.
Stelmach, Edward  
Introduction to Minicomputer Networks; Digital Equipment Corporation, DEC
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Publisher: DEC 1974; approximately 136 pages, each Section paginated separately; diagrams.
Very Good to near fine condition, red cardstock covers, softcover, titles in white. Binding is tight, pages clean and unmarked

Includes, Digital and data communications; Brief history; emergence of Timesharing; Computer Networking - advantages of imincomputer networks, resource sharing; Network Topology and Switching Techniques;

Network Functions; Remote computing, remote job entry RJE; message switching; Network building blocks -- hardware, software components; Line Control Procedures; appendices, Data communications with the PDP-11, options for distributed networks, DL-11, 16-line asynchrounouts multiplexer etc; PDP-11 to IBM 360/370 Channel Interface; Digital Terminals, typewriter-oriented teminals, CRT display terminals etc; PDP-11 Data communications software -- Comtex, DOS/Comtex etc and MORE



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75.
Stone, Deborah  
IBM PC Apprentice Personal Computer Learning Series dBase II Ashton-Tate

Publisher: Prentice-Hall, 1984.
viii, 231 p., 23.5 cm. A software program developed for running IBM PCs before Microsoft became dominant. Stock# 33,826. Good, used/ paper

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