Practical Computing - June 1979

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Practical Computing - June 1979, Volume 2, Issue 6


Computer Versus Brain: A state-of-play on how machines are shaping against human grey matter, page 41

Microcomputer Buyers' Guide: Our monthly guide now contains details of more than 50 models on the market, page 113

Low-Cost Word Processing: The first of our two-part review on word processing systems available on micro, page 51

Program of the Year Competition: Your final chance to send the programs you have developed to win one of our cash prizes, page 93

Computing in a Pharmacy: How a pharmacist in Hertfordshire is using a Pet to control his drug stocks and to label prescriptions, page 55


Compucolor II: Full review of this American machine which is among the world's four most popular microcomputers, page 47

Ohio Superboard II: We have had our hands on one of the much-sought-after superboards and offer our verdict, page 44

Designing a Small Business Application: What you need to know before you computerise, page 88

Computing at School: How the Hydeburn School, Brixton is using its Research Machines 380-Z, page 72 (CCH: this is a misprint, the school was in Balham, and is correctly referred to within the article.)

Zombie Game - Complete Program: Lure the Zombies into the potholes - another great game for your system, page 75

Multi-Processor Systems: Computabits looks beyond the single processor, page 95

Practical Concepts: Vincent Tseng introduces the occasional series with a fresh look at the microcomputer, page 87
All This and More:
Feedback: Your letters and our replies, page 31
Printout: All the news and the views, page 37
Pet Corner: Tips and ideas for the Pet, page 59
Tandy Forum: What you can do with your Tandy, page 65
Apple Pie: Our regular page for Apple users, page 69
Cassette Software Review: What is available for you for instant use, page 71
Illustrating Basic: Teach yourself programming, continued, page 79
Book Reviews: All about what to read, page 85
Computerbits, page 95
Glossary, page 119
Advertising Index, page 121
Adverts :
RAIR Black Box
Ohio Scientific
Research Machine 380Z
Triton from Transam

Publication Date : June 1979

ISSN Number : 0141-5433

Creator : ECC

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2212. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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