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BBC Micro Type-In Listings

The following is a list of BBC Micro Type-In Listings in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other software may have been published. If you have any software that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 12 BBC Micro Type-In Listings in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Date: 8th September 1983 3D star cluster program for BBC

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 36 - 8-14 September 1983
Author : Christopher Bowerman
Date: 27th June 1985 A partial renumber program for the BBC Micro

The BBC model is the finest home computer on the market, but for some strange reason it lacks a partial renumbering command such as is found on some cheaper computers - e.g. Dragon 32 and one or two others. If you are writing programs for profit or amusement this can be a nuisance, hence the following.

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 26 - 27 June-3 July 1985
Author : Cy noble
Date: 8th September 1983 A version of Amateur Golf for the BBC B.

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 36 - 8-14 September 1983
Author : Jonathan Taylor
Date: 4th July 1985 Alphabet and keyboard familiarity on the BBC model B

This program for the BBC model B tests children's knowledge of the alphabet, and gives experience of using the keyboard.

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 27 - 4-10 July 1985
Author : Andrew Heptonstall
Date: 6th June 1985 An unbroken run - a short assembly language routine to disable the Break key on the BBC B

It is well known that the Break key can be partially disabled on the BBC computer by the *Key 10 command. In this short routine I present a possible solution to the problem of Control / Break being used to stop a running Basic program.

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 23 - 6-12 June 1985
Author : Joe Pritchard
Date: 16th June 1983 Catch Me for BBC

A speed-based typing game for the BBC Micro

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 24 - 16-22 June 1983
Author : J Ward
Date: 20th June 1985 Coded message - Send an SOS to your friends with this Morse trainer for the BBC

This program has been designed to help teach or revise Morse code. The exercises used in the program were devised by a student of seamanship and provide an effective way of learning Morse.

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 25 - 20-26 June 1985
Author : Jonathan Temple
Date: 16th June 1983 Connect 4

Connect 4 for the BBC Micro

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 24 - 16-22 June 1983
Author : M Kendrick
Date: 18th July 1985 Off at a tangent - implementation of Logo for the BBC B

This program is a very simple introduction to a few simple commands in the language called Logo. The program has been designed in such a way that it is fairly easy to add your own commands at leisure. The present commands are only the tip of the Logo iceberg, but they clearly show what a simple program can do.

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 29 - 18-24 July 1985
Author : T. N. Richardson
Date: 8th September 1983 Space Attack for BBC Micro

A space invaders like game

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 36 - 8-14 September 1983
Author : R Yeardley
Date: 13rd June 1985 Star Game - Laser Cycles for the BBC B

For our Arcade issue, what better than a machine code implementation of the classic game Light Cycles on the BBC B?

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 24 - 13-19 June 1985
Author : Jeremy Thornton
Date: 23rd May 1985 Window Framed - Smooth Scrolling Windows on the BBC or Electron

The program will produce a smooth-scrolling window on a Mode 4 screen

Publication : Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 21 - 23-30 May 1985
Author : Philip Whitehurst

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