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Byte January 1984

NOTABLE CONTENTS

 
Build the Circuit Cellar Term-Mite ST Smart Terminal Part 1
BYTE West Coast: Beyond the Word Processor
Uer's Column
1984 and Beyond
Reason and the Software Bus
A General-Purpose Robert-Control Language
1984, the year of the 32-bit Microprocessor
Memory Cards
Computer-aided Design
Speech Recognition
Using Natural-Language Systems
Portables - 1984 and beyond
Beyond the Application program
Bubbles on the S100 Bus part 1
Mockingbird
The VU68K Single Board Computer
Translating SAS into Basic
A Software Review method that really works
Real-time clocks and the PC-DOS 2.0
 

Publication Date : October 1984



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH13512. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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