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Personal Computer World - January 1979

Articles:
Concepts of Programming by Barry G. Woollard
These Dashed Dots...Those Dotty Dashes (generating Morse Code on a Micromite)
Play On (Music)
Softly....Softly (do's and don'ts of using your computer to make money)
How the Microcomputer can Help Improve Efficiency in the Home and the Office
The Applesoft Touch (Review of Applesoft Basic)
 
 
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Vol 1, No 9
 

Publication Date : January 1979



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2987. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: Personal Computer World - January 1979

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