Dragon User - September 1983

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CONTENTS
Letters
Using the USR command, more on input/output, advice on saving and loading, a graphics tip, microline favoured and a plea for the handicapped
News
The range of peripherals and software for the Dragon is increasing rapidly - we bring you the latest details on new products as they become available
Clubs
Dragon Data's own club is featured this month.... or a look at the important difference between Stop Press and Scot Press
Serious software
John Scriven gets down to some serious business on thedragon - looking at software for business uses, graphic design and program development - he returns to the lighter side next month
US interview
A report from America on the launch of the Dragon 64, including an interview with senior tano management at their New Orleans headquarters
Warp
Blitz the aliens playing this high resolution space game which is our program of the month
Cover feature
Learn how to make the most of the Dragon's graphics with this excerpt from Keith and StevenBrain's latest book which covers animation and sound on theDragon
Disassembly
An introduction to the advantages of disassembly complete with a comprehensive listing
Interfacing
Build an interface and link your Dragon to the world outside - diagrams and all details are included
Open file
Six pages of readers' programs: Sketching, Squash, Pontoon and Yahtzee
Dragon answers
Advice on the Dragon's speed-up POKE, changing crystals and auto-running
Competition
your chance to win a speech synthesis package from DRG BusinessMachines and Cotswold Computers

Publication Date : 1983



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4205. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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