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A unmarried line of code bargains how to comprehend the cultural context of computing.
This e-book takes a unmarried line of code--the super concise uncomplicated software for the Commodore sixty four inscribed within the title--and makes use of it aa a lens by which to contemplate the phenomenon of inventive computing and how laptop courses exist in tradition.
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