Learn BASIC Programming for Electronics V10 [NOOK Book]

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Learn BASIC Programming for Electronics V10 Now you can improve your understanding and application of electronics theory through writing simple BASIC Programming code. Based on a series of lecturers given at a Higher Education College where the author was able to show students how to get a greater knowledge of electronics mathematics through teaching not electronics, but BASIC Computer programming. Students became hooked and were often found long after the class had ended still working on their assignments and ...
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Learn BASIC Programming for Electronics V10

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Overview

Learn BASIC Programming for Electronics V10 Now you can improve your understanding and application of electronics theory through writing simple BASIC Programming code. Based on a series of lecturers given at a Higher Education College where the author was able to show students how to get a greater knowledge of electronics mathematics through teaching not electronics, but BASIC Computer programming. Students became hooked and were often found long after the class had ended still working on their assignments and producing work that was far in excess of what was required.

Using a programming style very similar to the BBC Micro computers of many years ago users are able to write simple (or complex) computer programs based on the VbScript language (a cut down version of Visual Basic) but with a user interface resembling BBC BASIC. The software that is designed to work with any standard textbook where students can explore a problem and learn by programming to find the solution usually not requiring more than one line of code that can be checked against a given answer. Resulting in a far greater understanding than the bland textbook alone.

The Programming Graphic user interface GUI is a just a small part of the software that is available to download.

A combined eBook and educational software package at a tiny fraction of the previously published price. Unlock the accompanying software with your eBook receipt!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148720942
  • Publisher: eBookIt.com
  • Publication date: 8/2/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,330,332
  • File size: 7 MB

Meet the Author

Clive W. Humphris was born in Maldon Essex UK in 1946 leaving school at fifteen to begin an apprenticeship as an instrument maker with Marconi in Chelmsford working in both electronics and mechanical engineering fields. At a very early age he developed a passion for electronics and engineering that was to go on to provide an interesting and enjoyable career in both the retail television electronics being involved at a senior management level in the launch of Colour Television, Video Recorders and use of Computers in schools and later in the commercial sector worked with the main television broadcast companies in and around London for national televised events.

Leaving school with little more than a basic education has proved to be a massive advantage in being able to understand the needs and learning difficulties of many students particularly adults and led to the production of training materials that have a very strong practical application. A Further Education Teachers Certificate and two post graduate diplomas in Management Studies and Industrial Relations and Personnel Management ensured the author linked a practical technical background with strong interest in how people learn and develop with a belief that a poor early education does not need to restrict opportunities providing the individual is prepared to put in a little effort..

The early nineties were the start of the computer based education and began to feature distance learning where STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) being practical, but with a need for an academic understanding lent themselves to the emerging computer market where the PC graphics and were to be the start of the author spending the next twenty years developing computer based training packages. These packages now provide the core material for all his eBooks and Paperback publications available on all the available eReaders. Downloaded and activated with the payment eBook receipt at no additional cost thereby enabling students, teachers and hobbyists to enjoy comprehensive education software at a tiny fraction of the previous published price. An unlimited user networked version of the software is also available as part of the 'Teachers Pack’ series of titles.
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