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Beebug Newsletter - Volume 1, Number 6 - October 1982

INDEPENDENT NATIONAL USER GROUP
FOR THE BBC MicroCOMPUTER
 
CONTENTS
Editorial
BBC Basics - ideas for the Less experienced user
Screen to Cassette
Memory Display Utility (16k)
Acorn News
Negative INKEY
Logic (Part 2) Procedure Library - Double Height Print
Debugging Part 2 - continued from 'Unexplained Errors' Last month.
It's Quicker by Tube
Software Reviews
Points Arising
Local User Group index
Discounts
Program Library
 
PROGRAM FEATURES
Memory Display (16k)
Union Jack (16/32k)
Calendar Generator (16k)
Aliens (16/32k)
 
HINTS and TIPS
Hardware Black on White
Block Move
Programs by Phone
Basic - Faster Basic (Faster String Sorts)
Load from Mode 7
3D Lettering
Perpetual colour in Mode 7
 
 Membership Now Exceeds 10,000

Publication Date : October 1982



Creator : Beebug

Format : A5

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2364. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: Beebug Newsletter - Volume 1, Number 6 - October 1982

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