Curator - David G. Larsen



ISBN: 0-672-21633-7

Authors: Jonathan A. Titus

Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.

4300 West 62nd St.

Indianapolis, IN 46268

Copyright: 1979

The Radio Shack TRS-80 computer provides abundant computer power at moderate cost, allowing broad versatility. Like many TRS-80 users, you, perhaps, are content to apply your computer to home, business, or personal uses where standard peripherals, such as keyboard, display, cassette recorder, etc., are appropriate. Or, maybe you are like a growing number of others who desire to have their TRS-80 actually control external devices, sense external events, and perhaps, even transfer information between the computer and peripheral circuits of their own design. If you are among the latter group, then TRS-80 Interfacing will introduce you to the internally generated signals available and show you how each can be used under BASIC language program control. This book is for the reader who has a good understating of commands in Level II BASIC and would be found midway between the beginning computer user and the advanced programmer/hardware designer. 

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