Introduction to TRS-80 Graphics
|Title:||Introduction to TRS-80 Graphics|
The focus of Introduction to TRS-80 Graphics was entirely on “understanding the graphics capabilities of the TRS-80 computer using Level I BASIC.” As the book stated: “No attempt is made to teach programming in BASIC.” A dilithium Press advertisement described it this way:
For those who want to do more with graphics, this excellent self-instruction text provides a complete introduction to the basics of graphics programming using dozens of examples.
I think an April 1980 review in 80 Microcomputing put it well:
Don Inman’s efforts have produced a worthwhile text that will be useful as a teaching tool and as a reference. It belongs in the collection of every serious TRS-80 owner.
Alternate cover for Introduction to TRS-80 Graphics
In 1982, Don Inman wrote a similarly titled but more comprehensive book called TRS-80 Color Computer Graphics. However, the two books were completely different, other than the core concept of programming graphics in BASIC. (There was no Color Computer version of Sitting Ducks, although there was a similar program called Shooting Gallery.)