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Dragon User - July 1987

Letters
Poet's corner; CoCo conversions; OS-9 Cash and VAT problem; hints on Filmastr; Analyzer
News
Compusense developing new OS-0 buffer; HC Andersen;s SuperwriterII for disc; South Bay Computer Club drop in
Dragon soft
Music Maker from John Penn Discount Software; Miser's Dream from Microvision; Superkid from Quickbeam
Take ten printers
Largest survey of Dragon-compatible printersever presented by Dragon User and its readers
Expert's Arcade Arena
Total Eclipse map; beating Shoalin Master Plus; sneaky routine for Moon Cresta; using the RESET poke
When is an Epson....
Not all Epsons are like all other Epsons
Moving programs
Dragon Answers
Pixel colours from XY; autorun conversion; break key disable for Tandy; renumbering large programs; loading CoCo ROM
Write: ADVENTURE
Build a vocabulary
Adventure Trail
Deep in the heart of a Colossal Cave

Publication Date : 1987



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4047. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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