Practical Computing - October 1979

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Practical Computing - October 1979, Volume 2, Issue 10


Prestel: The Post Office data highway for home and office, page 63

Review I: A comparison of floppy disc systems for Pet, Apple II and Tandy, page 57

Review II: The SGS-ATES Z-80 training system, page 60

Artificial Intelligence: An introduction to LISP, a favourite language for AI, page 82

The Talking Computer: We disembowel the TI Speak and Spell and review the Microspeech board, page 92

Two Small Business Systems: The good news and the bad news, page 79

Micro-Mouse: First announcement of the U.K. and European championships to be held next year, page 123

Fourier Analysis - Part II: In Computabits, page 124

All This and More:

Feedback: Your letters and our replies, page 49
Printout: News from industry, page 52
Fiction, page 74
West Coast Newsletter: The Grim Reaper at work, page 77
Electronic Scoreboard: A Pet application, page 89
M5: A tiny language for the Nascom, page 97
Verification, page 101
Pet Corner, page 109
Apple Pie, page 113
Tandy Forum, page 115
Diary: What's happening next, page 123
Microcomputer Buyers' Guide: Our invaluable listing of what's available, page 134
Glossary: What all those funny words mean, page 156
Advertisement Index, page 157

Adverts :
Cromemco Z-2H System
Ohio Scientific - Superboard II, Challenger I, Challenger II, Challenger III
Heath WH-89 all-in-one computer and WH-14 printer
Compucorp 655-665
Superboard II
SD System SDS-200
Newtronics Explorer 85 (also features news about its release on page 54)
Intersystems - DPS-1 Mainframe, Software, OEM S100 boards and the Pascal Micro Development System
Research Machines 380Z 
RAIR Black Box Microcomputer
Complete MK 14 from Science of Cambridge
Exidy Sorcerer
Intertec Superbrain
Micromation Megabox disk drive
Zilog MCZ family (MCZ 1/05, MCZ 1/20, MCZ 1/25, MCZ 1/35)
Micromation Doubler
Luxor ABC 80

Publication Date : October 1979

ISSN Number : 0141-5433

Creator : ECC

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2216. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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