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Acorn User - January 1984

News
Queen gives GGC micros to India
 
Software Top 20
 
Techniques
Joe's Jottings
Stacks and queues in real life
 
Hints and Tips 
 
Processing speech
 
Games writing
 
Electron interfacing
 
Beeb Forum
 
Life
 
Defencecom listing
 
The train game
 
Machine code graphics
 
Forum Extra
 
Schools
 
OU micro pack
 
Daisywheel printer
 
Atom Forum
 
Atom Adventure 
 
Software Reviews
Three Atom products
Salamander utilities
Escape from Orion
BBCSoft Toolbox
Transistor's revenge
Mr T's Money Box
 
Word processor
 
School programs
 
Reviews
Gemini's Caterpillar
Owzat? from Virgin
Missile Control
Chemical Analysis
BBC/NEC Beyond Basic
Firehawks by Postern
Electronic Monopoly
 
Chess trial
BBCSoft and Acornsoft
 
 

Publication Date : 25th March 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3956. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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