Inside this book, you'll find out how to turn your programs into software to be proud of. You'll learn the techniques used by professionals to make their programs "user friendly" and robust enough to keep working all the year round, even in the hands of the most inexperienced users.
Numerous examples are presented to illustrate the techniques - including input/output, printer techniques, error trapping, and filing methods. There are also some valuable sections on data security (including the prevention of copying) and program documentation.
All listings are in the widely-used BBC BASIC but users of other dialects will find that conversion is straightforward.
...And Profit From The Results!
After you've mastered these techniques, you'll be able to exploit them to the full. There is a ready market for professional software in the business, educational and home environments. You'll be able to offer your programs to software distributors, or even to set up your own software house!
About The Authors
Alan and Sue Rowley run their own software business, and are well known for their many articles in the popular computing press.
Sigma has published well over a hundred books - and we'd like to hear from new authors in computing, science, electronics and engineering.
This is not another book about programming style, rather it is about program presentation.
The following utilities are also available to allow you to edit the supplied screens of this game:
A digital version of this item can be downloaded right here at Everygamegoing (All our downloads are in .zip format).