A book titled "CBASIC User Guide", by Adam Osborne, Gordon Eubanks Jr. and Martin McNiff. Published by OSBORNE/McGraw Hill, Berkeley, California, United States in 1981.

From cover: "The CBASIC language may be the most advanced version of BASIC yet created. Like Pascal, CBASIC requires no line numbers and lends itself to highly organised, structured programs - programs that are readable, modular, and easier to change. CBASIC is as easy to learn as BASIC. It may be the only computer language you'll ever need to learn. "

Physical Description

An approximately 215 page book, soft cover, bound spine. Glossy orange cover with horizontal yellow lines; blue, orange and black text. White pages with extensive printed black text and some diagrams. Price sticker on inside cover.

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