Programming The Ibm System/360

By: Opler, Ascher (editor) The Staff Of Computer Usage Company

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Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket

Graphs; This book is in Very Good+ condition and has a Very Good dust jacket. The book and its contents are in generally clean, bright condition. The spine ends and corners of the book covers have some light bumping and rubbing. The text pages are clean and bright. There is a previous owner's inked name on the front pastedown page. The dust jacket has noticeable generalized toning , several small tears, including one on the front spine joint and a couple of small chips missing to the spine ends. There are also several small spots of discoloration to the dust jacket. "The IBM System/360 (S/360) is a family of mainframe computer systems that was announced by IBM on April 7, 1964, and delivered between 1965 and 1978. It was the first family of computers designed to cover the complete range of applications, from small to large, both commercial and scientific. The design made a clear distinction between architecture and implementation, allowing IBM to release a suite of compatible designs at different prices. All but the incompatible Model 44 and the most expensive systems used microcode to implement the instruction set, which featured 8-bit byte addressing and binary, decimal and (hexadecimal) floating-point calculations. The launch of the System/360 family introduced IBM's Solid Logic Technology (SLT) , a new technology that was the start of more powerful but smaller computers." (from Wikipedia)

Title: Programming The Ibm System/360

Author Name: Opler, Ascher (editor) The Staff Of Computer Usage Company

Categories: Computer Science,

Edition: 3rd Printing

Publisher: New York, John Wliey & Sons, Inc.: 1966

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket

Seller ID: A37762

Keywords: Computer Science Ascher Opler Computer Usage Company IBM IBM System /360 Mainframe Computers Computer Science,