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Dragon User - February 1987

Letters
Dragons help handicapped children
News Desk
New power supply from Peaksoft; Blaby still want to sell games; no more Eclipse; newsletter; pro mains clean-up
Boss DOS
DragonDOS plus 2.3
Dragon soft
Telewriter from Microdeal
Dragon Answers
Daisywheels and dots; replacing fuses; printer port to cartridge port; accessing joystick ports in machine code
Epson made easy
Short cuts to print control for Epson and Epson's compatible printers
Dragon Forth
The history and uses of Forth language
Review of a Forth package from National Dragon User Group
Connundrum
The second in a pair of word-shuffling games for anamorphic anagramists
Expert's Arcade Arena
A map special, with maps for Tanglewood, Wizard;s Quest, brock's Kingdom and parts 4 and 5 of October Snatch
Speech recognition
Dragon can be trained to respond to the spoken word
Adventure Trail

Publication Date : 1987



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4042. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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