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Dragon User - April 1988

CONTENTS
Letters
A report from the real world....newsletter woe...programmer needed by small trader...bug splatted...do the Americans look at life differently?
News
New games from Dragonfire Services....Thirteenth Task offer continues....german computer meeting....Diskbase and Destiny from Pulsar
Dragonsoft
Formula One fromPammcomms and a preview of Spy versus Spy fromPulsar Sopftware
Pamcodes
Pam D'Arcycontinues with the fifthe part of her introduction to machine codes
Expert's Arcade Arena
Module Man, map and method and some more hints
Circuits on screen
D A Craif presents a CAD program for electronics
Adventure Trail
Pete Gerrard tackles Trekboer, visits vortex Factor, touches onTanglewood and then goes off and gives some more advice about publishing
Dragon Answers
Build your own disc drive...build your own RAM card...low res screens in OS-9...what is DLOAD...where is the extra 32K?

Publication Date : 1988



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4167. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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