Post by Jindrich Kube » Thu, 01 Aug 2002 07:29:40


Who's Dr.Wacko? I've got two Atari books under his name and they're,
say, a bit crazy ;)


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Post by Rich_N_Feym » Sat, 03 Aug 2002 04:17:44

Quote:> Who's Dr.Wacko?

David Heller. He is listed among the authors but I guess it doesn't
say which one is Dr. Wacko. Besides the two Atari books, "Dr. Wacko"
also did Commodore, AppleII and IBM versions. Look at




Post by Edward S. Baiz J » Sat, 03 Aug 2002 10:03:27


>Who's Dr.Wacko? I've got two Atari books under his name and they're,
>say, a bit crazy ;)

I also have some books by him. You are correct, they are crazy, but they make
 learning the computer fun.
Edward S. Baiz Jr.
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1. Dr. Wacko disk---anyone have it?

Does anybody have an image of the disk that came with Dr. Wacko's
Miracle Guide to Programming Atari Computer Games (or whatever the book
is called)?



2. Request: 840AV Speedometer

3. "Dr. Wacko's" programming books

4. Ab-Initio Developer /// Columbus, OH /// 6+ months

5. ISO Dr. Wacko book(s)

6. Palm Keyboards - $60 (Australia Only)

7. WTB: Dr. Wacko's Guide to Programming...

8. Wheel button

9. "Dr. C. Wacko's" Miracle Guide....

10. To Cabell and Dr. Clu:

11. Dr. Who Adv, was Basic Problems

12. Dr. Atario

13. Dr Goodcode's Cavern