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Practical Computing - September 1979

Practical Computing - September 1979, Volume 2, Issue 9

Contents:

Artificial Intelligence in the Micro Age: Introducing our exploration of the present state of artificial intelligence, page 60

Review I - Powerhouse: Is this the desk-top micro for you?, page 53

Review II - Acorn: We test this low-cost 6502 micro, page 56

Printers Reviewed: A close look at two printers for micro-users - Anadex and Heathkit, page 57

Build Your Own Joystick: Add a new dimension to your computer games, page 87

The Computer Scene in the North-West:

  • B & B Consultants at Bolton: Writing microcomputer software for the corner shop, page 71
  • Microdigital in Liverpool: Bruce Everiss gives advice to the would-be computer shopkeeper, page 72
  • Kemitron Electronics of Chester: John Drury runs a board-manufacturing operation from his attic, page 73

School Aids to Development: How a test-bed for a microcomputer was built to the specification of teachers at Priesthorpe Comprehensive School, page 75

Major Mathematics on Microcomputers: Fourier analysis on the Pet, page 111

New York Show Report: Our view of the National Computer Conference, page 90

The Case for a Microcomputer Centre: Ian Litterick outlines the benefits and Practical Computing replies, page 77

Microcomputers Buyers' Guide: Our invaluable guide to the microcomputers available on the market, page 122

All This and Much More:

Editorial, page 43
Feedback: Your letters and our replies, page 45
Printout: News and views, page 48
Fiction, page 78
Cassette Software Review: We try new games on tape, page 81
Book Reviews: All about what to read, page 83
Tandy Forum: Tips and ideas for the TRS-80, page 93
Pet Corner: More ideas for the Pet, page 98
Apple Pie: What is happening on the Apple scene, page 103
Illustrating Basic: Teach yourself programming (continued), page 105
Glossary: What all those funny words mean, page 129
Diary: What's happening next, page 131
Advertisement Index, page 133
Adverts :
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Data Precision The Video Keyboard
Complete MK 14 from Science of Cambridge
AIM 65
SDS-200
Research Machines 380Z
Intertec Superbrain
Zilog Z80 MCZ-1
Exidy Sorcerer
RAIR Black Box
Powerhouse 2 Microcomputer
Acorn - Acorn Controller, Acorn Microcomputer, Acorn Memory
The New Horizon

Publication Date : September 1979



ISSN Number : 0141-5433

Creator : ECC

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2215. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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