The C Gazette, volume 2 no. 3, December 1987; a Code-intensive C Quarterly for MS-DOS Systems.
Pacific Data Works, Santa Monica CA 1987; 52 pages, some multi-column and code-text pages, articles, features etc.
Condition: Very Good, white paper covers, 8.5x11 magazine, stapled binding sound and secure, some upper corner bends, pages clean and unmarked.
Keywords: C gazette, programming in C
Categories: 1980's computers and computing, Ephemera, Odd Stuff and Miscellaneous, Magazines, Microcomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, C, C++
See all items by Andrew Binstock, John Rex, The C. Gazette
Item DescriptionThis issue includes, Compression to less than 1 bit/byte (Arithmetic coding for data compression) by Ian Witten, Radford Neal, John Cleary;
Recurrence coding - quick and easy compression (Andrew Binstock); Library Utility (Leon Stern) - the basic framework and functions for collecting data files into a library and manipulating them there;
Feature Articles -- C for the Fun of it - Gries' Coffee Can Puzzle (Cort); C Tutorial - Debugging with Stack pointers (Ward); Zbusuiness C - dae maipulations, part III (Rubin);
Taking Control of Control C under DeSmet (John Rex); Product of the Quarter -- Borland's Turbo C (Bill Hunt) - int a thorough, comparative report on Borland's entry into the C market