ATARI 1980 Personal Home Computer 400/800 REFERENCE MANUAL & Atari Chess Manual For Sale

ATARI 1980 Personal Home Computer 400/800 REFERENCE MANUAL & Atari Chess Manual


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ATARI 1980 Personal Home Computer 400/800 REFERENCE MANUAL & Atari Chess Manual:
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In 1979 and 1980, ATARI, Inc. of Sunnyvale, California introduced the Atari 400 and 800 personal computers along with several video games software and published this Atari 400/800 User Basic Reference Manual, and the Computer Chess Game instruction guide; 1) Illustrated with charts, tables and drawings, the 120-page Reference Manual contains detailed instructions for special notations and function keys, graphics, sound and games, error messages, edit features, program statements, input/output commands, function library, strings, arrays and matrices, graphics modes and commands, sound and game controllers and advanced programming techniques. It also contains a glossary of terms; 2) The four-page Computer Chess instruction guide covers how to play the game, how to insert the cartridges and the proper use of the joystick controller. Please add $3.85 postage and handling.


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