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Byte March 1987

Articles:
Build a trainable infrared master controller
Building a random number generator
Installing memory-resident programs with C
Image processing
Art conservation

Reviews:
Commodore A2000
Borland Turbo BASIC
8 MHz PC AT compatibles
AT&T TrueVisionimage processing system
Lasre printers
PC Scheme
Concurrent PC DOS
Wendin's OS toolbox
PFS: First Choice
WriteNow for Mac
CAD-3D

Adverts:
Borland software
 

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2684. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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