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Byte September 1987

Articles:
Using the ImageWise Video Digitizer part 2 colorization
Creating fractals
Prolog
8085 simulator in Arity/Prolog
Constraint logic programming

Reviews:
IBM PS/2 Micro Channel inside Model 50
IBM PS/2 Model 80
Macintosh II
82786 graphics chip
Macintosh SE
High-performance PC AT compatibles with large expansion capacities
80386 accelerator boards
Macintosh C compilers
386 ASM/LINK 1.1e
BackComm & SideTalk
Popular CAD programs
 
Adverts:
Borland software
ALPS

Publication Date : 9th September 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH5531. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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