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Acorn User - March 1993

Comms Column
Graphics Column
Education Column
Latest classroom products
Give your graphics that deep-space look
Journey into S-Base
A walk around S-Base, the Arc's first programmable database
Next Month
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How Acorn machines are helping Jodrell bank investigate the big Bang
Programming Section
SkyWatcher, BAU's interactive starmap, is a must for amateur atronomers
The Arc simulates the first fundamental force, gravity
Simulating lifeforms, computerised bell ringing, sprite plotting
How to Subscribe
Assembly Line
Efficient screen scrolling in Arm code
Techno Techie
More modern music making
In Brief
Imagine, Chatter, noot and the latest Spark and Squirrel
Flying colours
Colour printing
Absolute Beginners
Game show
How to cheat with games Wizard
Questions and Answers

Publication Date : 17th June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4841. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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