Instructo/McGraw Hill, NY 1979, 39 pages double-column text, diagrams; plus oversized cardboard cut-outs for assembly.
Condition: Very Good overall, red and white stapled binding for the manual, plus large oversized blue and white cardboard cutouts for assembly (all intact).
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Item DescriptionWelcome to what may be your fist experience with computers and computer programming. What you are about to learn will be challenging and rewarding. If you learn it well, and if you really understand how to program and operate IPC, then you will be ready to start learning about the real electronic machines that control so much of the world we live in... (from the Introduction)
Contents include Overview of the Instructo Paper Computer (IPC); About electronic computers and IPC; IPC Operation flow chart; Running a Practice Program - step by step; Mnemonic list; Input, output and register tapes; Programs;
How to write a computer program for IPC; Suggestions for future paper computer programs; Answers to programs.