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The BBC Microcomputer user guide Provisional copy
John Coll / British Broadcasting Corporation
Introduction
Getting going
Giving the computer instructions
Variables
Computer programs
Recording programs on cassette
BASIC keywords
VDU drivers
Printer control
Changing filing systems
User defined keys
Cassette files
Machine operating systems
Minimum abbreviations
Error messages
BBC microcomputer system USER GUIDE
John Coll / David Allen / British Broadcasting Corporation
Getting Going PROCEDURES BASIC keywords
Commands FUNCTIONS VDU drivers
An introduction to variables GOSUB Cassette files
Writing a simple program GOTO, ON GOTO and ON GOSUB Changing filing systems
Recording programs on cassette Yet more on variables - Arrays Merging BASIC programs
Some sample programs READ, DATA and RESTORE Using printers
AUTO, DELETE, REM and RENUMBER Integer handling Indirection operators
Introducing graphics String handling HIMEM, LOMEM, TOP and PAGE
More on variables, ASCII, CHR$, ASC Programming the function keys Operating system statements
PRINT and formatting. Cursor control Operator precedence FX calls and OSBYTE calls
INPUT Error handling Assembly language
GET and INKEY Use of teletext mode (MODE 7) Analogue and user ports
TIME and Random numbers Advanced graphics Expanding the system
REPEAT . . . UNTIL, TRUE and FALSE Sound Error messages
FOR . . . NEXT File Handling Minimum abbreviations
IF . . . THEN . . . ELSE Speeding up and saving memory Appendix
British Broadcasting Corporation Microcomputer System USER GUIDE
John Coll / David Allen / Acorn Computers Limited
Getting Started Functions Cassette files
Commands GOSUB Changing filing systems
An introduction to variables ON GOTO, ON GOSUB Merge BASIC programs
A simple program Even more on variables Using printers
Recording programs on cassette READ, DATA, RESTORE Indirection operators
Sample programs Integer handling HIMEM, LOMEM, TOP and PAGE
AUTO, DELETE, REM, RENUMBER String handling Operating system statements
Introducing graphics Programming user defined keys The shadow screen
More on variables Operator priority The operating system
Print and formatting and cursor control Error handling Assembly language
Input Teletext codes and MODE 7 Operating system calls
GET, INKEY Advanced graphics Analogue input
TIME, RND Sound Error messages
REPEAT . . . UNTIL, TRUE, FALSE File handling Minimum abreviations
FOR . . . NEXT Speeding up and saving memory BASIC II
IF . . . THEN . . . ELSE BASIC keywords Appendices
Procedures VDU drivers  
The BBC Microcomputer System Master Series WELCOME GUIDE
Acorn Computers Limited / British Broadcasting Corporation
Foreword
Introduction
Getting Started
The BASIC Language
Introducing VIEW
Introducing ViewSheet
Filing Systems
The Editor
The Terminal Emulator
Expanding the System
Appendices
Index
Using Floppy Disks with the BBC MICROCOMPUTER
Keith Davis / Cumana
Introduction to Data Storage Random Text Files
The Floppy Drive Catalogue Address Byte Layout
Setting up DFS Error Messages
Switching on Technical Notes for the BBC Micro
Other Devices The Switchable Drives
Filespecs Half Height Drives
Using the Filing System and DFS Commands Disk Formatters for the BBC
The DFS Commands Programming with the DFS
acorn electron User Guide
Acorn Computers Limited
What is a computer? Variables and expressions VDU codes
Getting started Operator precedence Making sounds
Using a cassette recorder Arrays Address pointers, indirection operators
The Introductory Cassette READ . . . DATA . . . RESTORE User-programmable keys
How to use the keyboard Print formatting and INPUT BASIC keywords
Introducing commands and programs Conditional and loop instructions Cassette file handling
Editing programs Procedures Error handling
Trying out some programs GOTO and GOSUB Merging BASIC programs
Recording programs on cassette Functions Assembly Language
The FUNC key and BASIC keywords Graphics Appendices
Acorn Electron User Guide
Acorn Computers Limited
What is a computer? Variables and expressions VDU codes
Getting started Operator precedence Making sounds
Using a cassette recorder Arrays Address pointers, indirection operators
The Introductory Cassette READ . . . DATA . . . RESTORE User-programmable keys
How to use the keyboard Print formatting and INPUT BASIC keywords
Introducing commands and programs Conditional and loop instructions Cassette file handling
Editing programs Procedures Error handling
Trying out some programs GOTO and GOSUB Merging BASIC programs
Recording programs on cassette Functions Assembly Language
The FUNC key and BASIC keywords Graphics Appendices
Acorn Computer Data Recorder Operating Instructions
Acorn Computers Limited
Location and Function of Controls
The Mains Adaptor
Precautions
Mains Operation
Battery Operation
Interface between Data Recorder and Microcomputer
Cassette Insertion
Motor Control
Saving Programs on a Cassette from an Acorn Electron or BBC Microcomputer
Loading Programs into a Computer from the Data Recorder
Cue (F.Fwd) and Review (Rewind)
Use of Tape Counter
Storing the Cassette
Maintenance of the Cassette Mechanism
Demagnetizing the Head
Cleaning the Cabinet
Protection against Accidental Erasure
Preparing the Unit for Normal Audio Use
Product Specification
Acorn Electron Plus 1 User Guide
Acorn Computers Limited
Introduction
Setting up
The analogue interface
Using a printer
Using cartridges
Dealing with problems
Appendix
30 Hour BASIC
Clive Prigmore (Orpington College of Further Education)
The Computer Programme BBC TV
National Extension College
How to use this course
Simple statements and commands
Making decisions
Strings
Lists
An end to strings and PRINT
Mainly about dice and games
Handling numbers
An introduction to data processing
File handling
BBC MICRO Programs in BASIC
Derrick Daines / Newnes
Introduction Greed Anagram
Quickdraw and 100 metres sprint Pakistani pool Simon
Market day Slide Readnum
Pattern maker Get that bird! Snap
Time bomb Torpedo run Pontoon
Bicycle wheel Series Scribble
Plates Word squares Cape Horn
Tuttle Derby Reverse Polish calculator
Score Bingo Moses
Sixty Programs for the BBC Micro
Robert Erskine & Humphrey Walwyn with Paul Stanley & Michael Bews / Personal Computer News
Motocross Buzzy Bee Minelay Giant Rats
Hangman Snap Horse Race Dog Fight
Championship Boxing Russian Roulette Drag Racer Cheshire Cat
Galaxian Energy Field Moonlander Mushroom Invasion
Newmarket Picture Pairs Flying Bomb Heli-Bomber
Ambush Space Traffic Bulls and Cows OXO
Fall Guy Flying Geese Chomper 1 and 2 Countabout
Exocet Division One Asset Stripper Evolution 1
Wordgram Morse Tutor Wordsum Evolution 2
Tug of War Roots Xmas Eve Evolution 3
Sheepdog Trials Grand Prix Anagrammatic Swordsman
Duel Bricklayer Top Trainer Omnicalendar
Pay Packets Fives Postman Biorythms
Dam Busters Critical Path Analysis Invaders Dam Eaters
Holiday Expenses Numbers Tanx Radiopower
Into VIEW An introduction to word processing on the BBC Microcomputer
Acornsoft
What is word processing? Names of files Limited searching and changing
BASIC General procedure for printing Finding and changing phrases
Switching on PRINT Protecting text
The command mode display SHEETS The use of TABs
Text mode Editing procedures The left margin
The text mode display SCREEN COUNT
Screen and page Highlights FORMAT
Typing text Resetting highlight codes Editing BASIC programs
The ruler Printing from cassette The EDIT method
Do-it-yourself rulers Moving and changing text Finishing
Further experiments with rulers Book and report work The Second Processor
Tabbing after typing Number registers Mode switches
TAB characters Modified macros *FX commands
Text outside the ruler Macros for mailshots Colours
Tables and formatting Automatic layout List of commands
Disc systems REPLACE  
Cassette systems SEARCH  
Viewsheet User Guide An electronic spreadsheet for the BBC Microcomputer
Acornsoft
Part One Introducing ViewSheet Part Two ViewSheet facilities
What is a spreadsheet? Entering ViewSheet
Hands on ViewSheet Commands used in command mode
Ranges and replication Sheet mode
Windows and headings Columns and rows
Printing out Values and labels
Managing sheets The contents of slots
Using discs and cassettes Recalculation
Displays with bar charts Replication
Conditions and lookup Value formats
  Screen windows
  Printing out
  Using discs within the sheet
  RETURN - and what happens when you press it
  Additional notes
Wordwise Plus A User's Guide
Bruce Smith / Collins
What's It All About Sideways RAM
Introducing Edit Mode Segments
Wisewords Text Processing
Markers and Searching Structures
Formatting Text File Processing
Printer Control And Finally . . .
Headers and Footers Segment Programs
Final Command BBC B+ Fitting
A Key Function Epson Compatible Printer Codes
Wordwise Utilities ASCII Codes
Wordwise Programs Function Keystrips
Hints and Tips  
Teletext System USER GUIDE
Acorn Computers Limited
About this User Guide
What is Teletext?
What does the BBC Microcomputer Teletext System do?
Getting started
Using the system in Terminal mode
Using the system in Telesoft mode
Using the Teletext system at assembly level
Changing the filing system
Technical information
Figures
Tables
Appendices
Start Programming With The Electron
Masoud Yazdani / Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
Introducing the Acorn Electron Turtle Graphics
Writing a Song Maze Solver
Talking to Turtle Greeter Program
Playing with Numbers Rivergame Program
Structured Problem Solving  
Helping Tutle in a Maze  
Input and Output  
Collections of objects  
Have a Chat with your Micro  
Sounding out your Electron  
Pretty Pictures  
Computer Games  
Masterpieces of Software from Acornsoft for the Electron (Brochure)
Acornsoft
Software Catalogue:
Creative Graphics S-Pascal Arcadians
Graphs and Charts Turtle Graphics Free Fall
Picture Maker Starship Command Theatre Quiz
Personal Money Management Monsters Crime & Detection Quiz
Desk Diary Chess Music Quiz
Tree of Knowledge Draughts & Reversi History Quiz
Peeko-Computer Snapper Science Fiction Quiz
Business Games Meteors Royal Quiz
Lisp Hopper ' . .I Do'
Forth Sphinx Adventure The Dating Game
Penguin Acorn Computer Library:
The Acorn Guide to the Electron
Games and other programs for the Acorn Electron
ATOMIC THEORY AND PRACTICE
A beginner's course in BASIC and machine code programming
David Johnson-Davies / Acorn Computer Ltd 1981
Introduction
BASIC PROGRAMMING
Start Here
Calculating in BASIC
Planning a Program
Writing a BASIC Program
Loops
Subroutines
Arrays and Vectors
Strings
Reading and Writing Data
More Space and More Speed
Advanced Graphics
What to do if Baffled
ASSEMBLER PROGRAMMING
Assembler Programming
Jumps, Branches, and Loops
Logical Operations, Shifts, and Rotates
Addressing Modes and Registers
Machine-Code in BASIC
 
REFERENCE SECTION
ATOM Operating System
Cassette Operating System
BASIC Statements, Functions, and Commands
BASIC Characters and Operators
Extending the ATOM
Mnemonic Assembler
Assembler Mnemonics
Operating System Routines and Addresses
Syntax Definition
Error Codes
the computer book
Robin Bradbeer, Peter De Bono, Peter Laurie / BBC
an introduction to computers and computing
Introduction
Setting the scene
Problems and computers
The hardware and the software
Understanding programming
You and your microcomputer
The limits to growth?
Glossary
 
This book is published in conjunction with the BBC television series The Computer Programme first transmitted on BBC-2 from January 1982 and produced by Paul Kriwaczek
BBC Micro User Volume 1 No. 1 March 1983
Database Publications Ltd.
News Bookshelf
Tutorial Interview
Tape Offer Software
Do-It-Yourself Upgrade
Word Processing Graphics
Competition Numbers
Colour Monitors
How It Works Bubblesorts
Tape Troubles Workshop
Game of the Month Save Money!
   
   
   
BBC Micro User Volume 1 No. 2 April 1983
Database Publications Ltd.
News Software
Teletext Upgrade
Listings Workshop
Tutorial Competition
Do-It-Yourself Error-Trapping
Graphics Showtime
Structure Bits & Bytes
Game of the Month Measurements
How It Works Disc-overy
Monitors Disassembler
Handbook Micromail
Tape Offer Save Money!
   
BBC Micro User Volume 1 No. 3 May 1983
Database Publications Ltd.
News Back Issues
Pelmanism Anagrams
Teletext Workshop
Interfacing Splurge
Graphics Structure
Bits & Bytes Eprom
Upgrade Colours
Tape Offer Editing
How It Works Subscribe Now!
Tutorial Software
Functions Bookshop
Competition Micromail
Bookshelf Showtime
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