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Vintage programming books.

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1Vintage programming books. Empty Vintage programming books. Thu 24 May 2012, 12:01 am

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If you have a ti-99/4a, Commodore, or vintage Apple, try searching Amazon for BASIC Programs for the Ti-99/4a etc. Some of the used sellers still have the titles and sell them for super cheap. Although some are high priced collectibles, most sell for 50 cents or less plus shipping. I found severwl ti99 books that way.

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2Vintage programming books. Empty Re: Vintage programming books. Thu 12 Jul 2012, 12:02 am

onthinice

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Never thought of it but I like it thanks GatorDude!

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