Microcomputer Programming and Software Support (Tutorial) anthology of papers.
IEEE Computer Society 1978, 193 pages, double- and triple-column text, illustrations and photographs, references at ends of articles.
Condition: Good overall, cardboard covers over softcover, ex-university library label and some stamps. Pages are clean and unmarked. 8.5x11 size.
Categories: 1970's computers and computing, Computer Science, Databooks, Handbooks, Manuals, General microcomputer and Misc. manufacturers, Microcomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, IEEE and IRE
Item DescriptionContents include -- Choosing Programming Languages -- Microprocessor programming trade-offs - which language is best (Lynn Carter); Interpreters vs compilers for on-line microcomputers (Claggett); Real-time Micromputer Applications using LLL Basic (Maples and Fisher); PLZ, a family of system Programming languages for microcomputers (Bass); FORTH for microcomputers (James); Compilation and Pascal on the new microprocessors (Forsyth and Howard)
Microcomputer Software Development -- comparison of commercially available software tools for microprocessor programming; Advances in Microcomputer Development systems (Krummel and Schulz); Tektronix 8002 Microprocessor Lab Data Sheet ; MORE
EXAMPLES of Microcomputer Software Development Systems -- Intel Prompt 48; Zilog ZDS-1/40; Tektronix 8001 Microprocessor Lab Data Sheet; DE68 Debug Monitor mb1.