Acorn User - December 1989

FEATURES
 
Power to the People
What Unix is all about; why Acorn R140 is such a good deal
 
Stitched up
Convert all you interesting BBC Micro screens into a knitting pattern ready for auntie's waiting needles
 
Copy cats
The basis of a 68000 emulator for the Archimedes
 
Every Step You Take
Peter Hunter's program records every keypress you make to play back later - for keeping an eye on how the micro is actually used or simple for creating demos
 
Henceforth
Neil Sykes on programming languages and takes control with Forth
 
World Class
Touch Explorer Plus
 
Spreadsheets
A survey of what is available
 
End User
CN-FM where the Archimedes is used to reach parts of the radio station
 
REVIEWS
 
Counting the Days
The Arc diary package from QCS
 
Shopping Basket
Data Store's Arc unilities
 
Tagging Along
A program from Labelwise
 
From Little Acorns
A selection of children's wordprocessors for the Beeb
 
Rhythm at your Fingertips
Rythymbox from EMR
 
24 Pin Salute
24-pin printers for the Arc and Beeb
 
Pretty in print
4Mations Stretch package for classy writing on the BBC Micro
 
Games
Licence to kill, Jinxter and  Superior Soccer
 
REGULARS
 
News
 
Education
 
Comms
 
Questions and Answers
Letters
Hints & Tips
David Atherton helps Beeb owners with a View line counter and driverless highlights, testing for printers, listing without numbers and DFS ADFS transfers
 
Arc Agora
thos tricky 32-bits with a bizarre colour fill, compressing Risc OS data, the Risc OS sprites and a quick one liner
 
 


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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4697. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Acorn User - December 1989

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