Programming your Atari computer. (book reviews) John J. Anderson.
Programming Your Atari Computer, by Mark Thompson, 272 pp., TAB Books, Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214. One of those tailored how-to type manuals like Chilton's auto guides, using generalized information for early chapters, then moving to machine-specific information. Doesn't get to the meaty Atari information until chapter six. Still, you might want to have it as a back-up reference. And in all fairness, early chapters on binary numbers, computing principles, and Boolean algebra are worthwhile, though not Atari-specific.
Review Grade: C-