This is the forerunner of the C language for the 8 bit
Atari that was briefly available commercially a while ago but which now
seems to have disappeared. A double sided disk with all of the support
files, documents and sample source code you need to be able to dabble in
C on your 8 bit Atari. You need to have some understanding of C to be
able to use the disk as there is no tutorial but there are several text
files and many examples on the disk to help you out. This one is a nice
opportunity to try something different if you are bored with BASIC or
just to have a look and experiment with other ways of writing programs.
C source code is somewhat portable so you might be able to write a
program to pass on to friends with other computers). A printer is useful
to dump out all of the text documents but we can let you have a
Printed manual available
Boot Side B without BASIC (hold OPTION on XL/XE).
Read all .TXT files, copy to P: or E: with DOS