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Acorn User - April 1985

April Fool
Acornsoft offer
Touch screen
Hints & Tips
First Byte: handling strings
Introduction to Logo
Touch screen
A touch screen developed from hardware in the MOS of the Beeb and Electron
Atom Forum
Connecting an eight bit only printer to the Atom and linking to toolbox ROMs
How does this Torch second processor fare against the Acorn Z80
Educational software
Answer back - Senior Quiz, Vectors and Word Skill
£50 Modem
Know your own personality from Mirrorsoft/Ivan Berg, The Sting from Gemini, DACC's 747 Flight Simulator, Addison Wesley's Electronic Colouring Book, Sinbad from virgin and pengi from Visions
AMX Mouse
RAM/ROM boards
Modem software
What went wrong at Acorn, belgrano row using Torchs
Central processing
Beeb forum
Top 20 software chart
Acorn Abuser's Diary
Bar Code reader offer
Business news
To use the ABC Business micros and other Z80 second processors
Demon modem
AMX Mouse
RAM/ROM boards
Software for modems
Logo: The language for learning
Educational news
Microtext licence fees, Acorn's International Educational Software Catalogue and the MEPs bar code reader
Softwear reviews
Answer back - Senior quiz, vectors and Word Skill
Languages: Logo
Colours by interrupts
Plotting equations
DIY Icons
Measuring resistance
Using the ADC to measure electrical resistance

Publication Date : 1st April 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3990. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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