By Nancy B. Stern
Offers a complete business-oriented method of educating meeting language programming on IBM and IBM-compatible desktops, geared in the direction of freshman and sophomores majoring in info processing or computing device technology. wealthy in pupil aids together with self-evaluation quizzes, bankruptcy targets, workouts, and bankruptcy summaries.
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370/360 Assembler Language Programming by Nancy B. Stern