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File Name | File Size | Zip Size | Zip Type |

BIBLIO.TXT | 893 | 532 | deflated |

CATALOG.TXT | 6049 | 2453 | deflated |

FILES.LST | 848 | 409 | deflated |

LIBRARY.TXT | 3079 | 1367 | deflated |

MATHWIZ.BI | 2472 | 420 | deflated |

MATHWIZ.DOC | 17353 | 6113 | deflated |

MATHWIZ.LIB | 63488 | 14142 | deflated |

MATHWIZ.NEW | 971 | 475 | deflated |

MATHWIZ.QLB | 31179 | 11563 | deflated |

MATHWIZ.REF | 3906 | 918 | deflated |

QUESTION.TXT | 6710 | 2875 | deflated |

REGISTER.TXT | 2367 | 929 | deflated |

TPCREAD.ME | 199 | 165 | deflated |

# Download File MATHWZ10.ZIP Here

## Contents of the BIBLIO.TXT file

This constitutes a bibliography of some of the references used in creating

the MATHWIZ library. They are listed in no particular order. Comments

reflect my personal opinions on the text.

"How to Solve it by Computer". 1982, by R.G. Dromey, Prentice-Hall Inc.

-- A fantastic book covering a little of everything: data structures,

sorting, pseudo-random numbers, and various numeric calculations.

Examples are frequently given in Pascal. Very nice.

"Numerical Analysis with the TI99/4A, Commodore 64, Apple II+/IIe and TRS-80

Model I/III". 1984, by H.R. Meck, Prentice-Hall Inc.

-- A promising but irritating reference. It covers a wide range of numerical

equations with implementations in BASIC. However, the text is terse, the

BASIC code is ugly, and the examples make assumptions about the available

precision rather than relying on an error term.

the MATHWIZ library. They are listed in no particular order. Comments

reflect my personal opinions on the text.

"How to Solve it by Computer". 1982, by R.G. Dromey, Prentice-Hall Inc.

-- A fantastic book covering a little of everything: data structures,

sorting, pseudo-random numbers, and various numeric calculations.

Examples are frequently given in Pascal. Very nice.

"Numerical Analysis with the TI99/4A, Commodore 64, Apple II+/IIe and TRS-80

Model I/III". 1984, by H.R. Meck, Prentice-Hall Inc.

-- A promising but irritating reference. It covers a wide range of numerical

equations with implementations in BASIC. However, the text is terse, the

BASIC code is ugly, and the examples make assumptions about the available

precision rather than relying on an error term.

December 13, 2017
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