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Acorn User - November 1982

CONTENTS
Editorial
 
Acorn News
 
BBC update
 
Simple machine code
 
Beeb Forum
 
Trek III
Star wars by Tim Heaton
 
Schools
Fishy graphics by Robin Norman
 
Graphics recipes
Windows by teacher Jane Whitwell
 
Multiple program storage
Hints and Tips
Joe telford speeds up graphics and moves on to games
 
Printing on an Epson
George Hill's seven-tone dump
 
User Group news
Atom graphics
Manipulation with machine code
 
Text manipulation
 
Dumb terminal program
 
Fireworks
Joe Telford lights the way
 
Concurrent picture storage
 
Letters
 
Subsctiption offer
 
Win a BBC Micro
 
Dealer list
 
Readers' tips
 
Family favourites
Ronnie Rowsell's isn't a micro
 
 

Publication Date : 6th May 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4217. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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