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Dragon User - September 1988

Best book for machine code...Pam's parenting under pressure...useful routine...crossword answers
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Access and search
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Paul Burgin with a graphicsroutine that writes itself
Vive les differences
The differences on the difference between the Dragons 32 and 64
Monitor mod
Ken G Smith solves his monitor problem with a modest hardware adaptation
An upgrade of the popular disc-copying program to run from disc
Adventure trail
Pete Gerrard gets back to Return of the Ring

Publication Date : 1988

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4171. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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