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Acorn User - September 1989

FEATURES
 
Lie of the Land
Random landscape program for the Beeb and Archimedes
 
Latest Concept
Alex van Somersen bolts a Concept Keyboard onto his Arc with the help of an Apec Card and some simple electronics
 
Back to the Wall
Colin Attenborough rewrites his Arc Wallpaper pattern program from last month to create the same patterns on a BBC Micro
 
Speak Easy
A look at Comal
 
Splash out
Putting the Hodgepodge program onto the Beeb to create wacky designs
 
In the post
David Atherton prints his Beeb screens on a Postcript laser printer with this screendump with a difference
 
A Touch of Class
A selection of overlays makes the Concept Keyboard a real boon to the classroom
 
REVIEWS
 
Now C Here
Can real men use the beeb for programming in C?
 
Determined Comms
Termin comms package for the BBC Micro
 
Studio Mix
Minerva's Atelier art package for the Archimedes
 
Rock Solid
Silicon Vision's Archimedes 3D Cad program
 
Flights of Fancy
Four programs to help pupils play pilot in the classroom
 
Jack of all Trades
Rob Miller doubles his Arc interfaces with the multiple I/O card from Brainsoft
 
Branching out
Disctree from Mitre Software
 
Games
Exile; Predator from Superior Software; White Magic
 
REGULARS
 
News
 
Education
 
Comms
 
Music
Questions and Answers
Letters
Hints & Tips
An Ascii converter, running MD-Dos software, printing good looking function key strips, double width text and double height input
 
Arc Agora
A module filing system, getting the time and date right, the hour glass icon and a one-liner game from Denmark
 
 

Publication Date : 3rd June 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4694. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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