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Beebug Newsletter - Volume 4, Number 9 - March 1986

BEEBUG Magazine March 1986


Editorial Jottings
The Master 128 in Practice
Weather Satellites
Pagemaker, Super Art and 3D
Windows and Icons
Adventure Games
Dynamic Backup to Sideways RAM
Preserving Screens
Points Arising
Getting a Better View
Angels at 12 o'clock
Three Flight Simulators
Games Reviews
BEEBUG Workshop
The 6522 Timers
Three Modems
Writing Your Own Compiler (Part 3)
First Course
Using the EVAL Function (Part 2)
Burger Time

Windows and Icons
The USI Routines and Demo
Ramsafe Utility
Preserving Screens
Workshop Routines Using the 6522 Timers
Basic Compiler (complete)
First Course EVAL Example Programs
Burger Time Game

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Creator : Beebug

Format : A5

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH14567. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Beebug Newsletter - Volume 4, Number 9 - March 1986

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