Chichester, New York, Brisbane, Toronto, Singapore: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd 1987. First Edition. xi, 316 pages. 8vo. Publisher's green printed boards. Sun fading to the covers, bumped corners. Marked "baber" on the bottom page edges as Prof. Verzuh typically did in his library, and has a collection of book reviews and clippings laid in at rear. Also includes several of the authors personal stickers, one affixed to the title pag, another to the endpaper and and several laid in. Good. Boards. 
An association copy with author's "with compliments" card taped in, and inscription "Dear Edna and Frank. Happy reading. I hope you like it. Are you planning to attend IFIP '89 in San Francisco? Hjaitliga Halsnisgar, Bob" Also inscribed on the half title page "For Frank Verzuh, who started me off on the path which led to this book, with many thanks, Bob 1988 March 21". Frank is Frank Verzuh, a computer pioneer at MIT who worked on MIT's Rapid Arithmetic machine among other things.