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Dragon User - June 1983

CONTENTS
Letters
Copyright, printer and loading advice pluse a new chart of the Top 10 Dragon
News
A report from the Midland Computer Fair
Clubs
From the depths of the Dragon Dungeon in Ashbourne domes the largest users' group in the UK
Aliens go home
John Scriven tests his hand-eye co-ordination on arcade-type games
Boots interview
About one in three Dragons are sold by Boots the Chemist - we talked to the man in charge
Machine coding
Introducing Topsy, for easy entering of machine code - no more converting hex values to decimal
Coco comparison
George Saint compares tandy's Colour Computer with the Dragon by looking inside both machines
Open file
We publish your programs: this monthMillipede, Duck Shoot, Sine Waves and Machine Clock
Dragon answers
Error codes, interfaces, machine coding, Dragon Club
Competition
Win Premier Microsystems' Delta disk system

Publication Date : 1983



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4202. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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