True BASIC by Problem Solving
Brian D. Hahn's book is one of the first to explore the problem-solving potential of True BASIC.
The approach taken in this book is one developed over many years of teaching programming to first-year university students with no programming experience. It can therefore be used as a "teach yourself" guide by anyone wishing to learn True BASIC. The computer is presented as a tool for solving interesting, real-world problems. These are illustrated by examples from many areas, as wide apart as business and biology, but particularly from science and engineering.