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Dragon User - March 1988

What became of the Dragon Professional?
Rights wronged....Pam's Survey....where is the NEC7220?...hi Score corner....Dec and Jan crossword solution
Adventure from Dragonfire....updateon Dragon shows... two computer clubs: North East England and Norway
Crystal chandaliers
Ken G Smith goes to the 6th 6809 show
Indoor football from Quickbeam, heir of Tyos from Simon Hargrave, Zotoka and disc game selections, both from R & J Preston
Pam D'Arcy- fourth partof her introduction to machine codes
Total profits
Advice on total Eclipse for space capitalists from Julian Brown
A program by Martin Vermeer to read MS/DOS PC discs to either DragonDOS or OC-9 for the Dragon
Green on black
A small hardware modification by paul reid to give the Dragon a green on black display
Expert's Arcade Arena
Pitfiend, Wizard's Quest and some advice on maps from his Muchness the Expert
Down in the Dumps
A dump for theSeishoka GP100A
Dragon comms
An introduction to the Dragon's communications by Martin Armitage
Pete Gerrard turns his back on ambition and learns about DROPping it ALL
Gordon Lee takes something simple like Gray code (what?) and chellenges you to turn it into binary (how?).

Publication Date : 1988

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4166. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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