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Sinclair User September 1985

 

Sinclair User Issue 42
 
 
Features
Know your Rights - Essential reading for all Sinclair users. Wendie Pearson's guide tells you how to avoid buying a blown spectrum or being ripped off by the crooks of the classifed ad
 
 
Hardware
Hardware World - Typing tex made easy with the Omni-Reader, interface your QL with Kempston, get to grips with the Stick. John Lambert is your guide.
 
Entry Point - In the concluding part of his beginners' series, John Gilbert takes a random look at the number generator.
 
 Machine Code - Marcus Jeffrey develops picture rountines which can be copied, merged or exchanged with the power of logic.
 
Helpline - Print and beep with Andrew Hewson as he rummages about in the ROM

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Creator : EMAP Business & Computer Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH10480. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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