Pacific Data Works, 1989; 95 and 98 pages, double-column text, advertisements, etc.
Condition: Very Good overall, each issue some thumbing; Summer 1989 paper wraps, Autumn 1989 changed to glossy-coated magazine style. Bindings are secure, pages clean and unmarked.
Item DescriptionSummer 1989 special issue on Graphics and Fonts -- includes, Using Custom Fonts on EGA, VGA and MCGA Displays (Andrew J Chalk); Resizing Bitmapped Fonts (Marv Luse); Doing Lines - 25, 28, 43, 50 at a time (David Fredericsk - changing the line count in text mode)
Identifying Video Hardware (Andrew Binstock - recognizing monitors and video systems); Putting the BGI to Work (John Dlugosz - an in-depth exploration of BGI functions)
An Unusual String Matching Operator (John Rex - a mumps-like operator for validating data-entry); A Dynamically-sized Array in C++ (Bruce Eckel); Advanced Graphics on the HP Laserjet II and DeskJet (David Babcock - Bezier curves, ellipses and fat lines)
Book of the Year and book reviews; round up of Windowing Software; BBS information, and MORE
Autumn 1989 issue includes, Measuring the Stack; Directory Access in OS/2; C Shrouder; Downloading Laserjet Fonts; Optimizing Soundex; save the Mouse; Directory Objects in C++; Interview with Allen Holub; String Search Across files; C Interpreter Review and MORE.