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Acorn User - July 1985

The Pleasures of Pascal
Invent an adventure
Sideways RAM utilitis
Musical micros
Discs, discs, discs
Inside the B+
Hints & Tips
What are ASCII codes?
First Byte
Atom Forum
Revs - Acornsoft's new race track simulation, Ultimate's Sabre Wulf and Scrabble from Leisure Genius
Basic ROM User Guides and Procedures and Functions in BBC Basic
What grade for the B+
Hershy Characters Font Generator
Disc Utilities
Disc Filing Systems
Acorn faces battle in the aducation market, updates to the View range, Mud adventures from B+, Acornsoft graphics ROM and Acorn User Show latest
Noticeboard and Blunderbox
Hints & Tips
First Byte
Central processing
Acorn User software
Beeb forum
Bar Code reader offer
Beeb forum
Atom Forum
Business news
Education news
Acorn Abuser's Diary
Drive around
On the menu
You can close files left open on disc when the Break key is pressed
Speed Reading 
Utility facilities
DFS dilemma
Business news
Public domain software
CP/M Corner

Publication Date : 1st April 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3993. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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