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Acorn User - April 1990

News
 
Comms
 
Education
 
Letters
 
Next month in BAU
Questions and Answers
 
Acorn Customer Hotline
Risc Revue
 
Eight Bits
  
Brain Drain
Talking terms
Animal Magic
Unlock the brain power of your Beeb or Archimedes.  Simple searching to see if computers are really capable of thinking.  Then you can start to converse with your computer with this introduction to real language parsing.  Finally, the old favourite, the animals guessing game gets the intelligence treatment
 
Business Details
Second part of the BAU Beeb Cobol compiler
 
Spring Clean
 
Catch on to Control
The National Curriculum comes under control
 
Yellow Pages
Special offers
 
Subscriptions
 
Sum of the Parts
All you need to build a beeb from an Electron
 
On Solids
Ace Computing's Risc OS version of Euclid
 
A Piece of the Action
Pineapple's realtime full colour digitiser
 
Dream Time
Pipedream3
 
Cover to Cover
Two books on DTP and graphics come under scrutiny
 
Game Show
Cross Star, Caverns and the Last Ninja II
 
Readers Free Ads
 
Software Showcase
Advertisers Index
 
End User
The A3000 is growing bigger all the time
 

Publication Date : 3rd June 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4702. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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