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Dragon User - July 1983

Advice on the Dragon's cassette operating system, graphics and generating characters, plus our blunders corrected
All latest hardware and software developments, including Dragon price cuts and US moves
A croupier at an Edinburgh casino is the driving force behind the Scottish Dragon Club
Pick a printer
Six printers compatible with the Dragon, ranging in price from under £100 to over £400
Dragon Blitz
Destroy the skyscrapers, clearing a space to land
Play golf
All the joy of the course without ever getting wet
Setting Forth
Fed up with Basic - try Forth, if you can cope with the stacking system
Ian Nicholson guides you through the Dragon's input/output memory
Open file
We publish your program: this month, brick Out, a score routine, label printing, Space Race,. Nail and Thread and Reaction 
Dragon answers
Bugs, graphics, saving with hex, memory maps
Solve the puzzle to win a robot

Publication Date : 1983

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4203. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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