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Acorn User - May 1985

Micro movies
Capital routines
Multiple modes
Add your own functions
Sound complier
Hints & Tips
Basiuc 1 and Basic 2 , coping with the break key and a teletext chart
First Byte
Atom Forum
Logo: the big four
The BBC, Logotron, Acornsoft and LSL
Alternative keyboards
Educational software
Magic mushrooms
Hard disc system
Games reviews
Robotron, Maze and Manic Miner 
Speech synthesis
Hackers could face big fines.  1985 Acorn User show, Electron DFS, Computer camps and Ocean adventure game
Noticeboard and Blunderbox
Hints & Tips
First Byte
Central processing
Joe's Jottings on Logo
Acorn User software
Beeb forum
Bar Code reader offer
Beeb forum
Atom Forum
Business news
Education news
Acorn Abuser's Diary
Software guide
Logo softwear
Valiant Turtle offer
Keyboards choice
Improving memoPlan on the Z80
CP/M Corner
Quickcalc spreadsheet
Beebugsoft's put to the test
Ledger and stock control software

Publication Date : 1st April 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3991. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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