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Sinclair User May 1982


Sinclair User Isue 2


ZX-82 Will be around soon (Spectrum)

MEMORY MAP Exploration into the memory map can bring new joys from your ZX 81.

16K RAM Sinclair's 16K RAM opened up a whole new world to users. Stephen Adams looks at its capabilities.

EIGHT PAGES OF PROGRAMS Let your fingers do the work. Key-in our great selections of programs. There is one there for ZX-80 owners.

TRIGGY QUESTIONS Have you ever wondered what SIN, COS and TAN on your keyboard do? We present a simple guide.

MACHINE CODE Moving on from Basic? Then this is the series of articles for which you have been waiting - machine code explained in simple English.

STARTING FROM SCRATCH If you have just bought your ZX-81, don't panic - read our guide to help you understand the system quickly.

INSIDE SINCLAIR Writer Lynd Church and photographer William Scolding take the high road, this time to Dundee, to find how the ZX-81 is manufactured.

BUSINESS Mike Salem continues his series explaining why the ZX-81 can be used to do some business applications.



16K Ram Pack £34.95

ZX-81 Kit: 49.95 - Built: £69.95 ZX Printer: £49.95


Thanks to Dave Exton for the magazine


Publication Date : May 1982

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3814. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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