Practical Computing - November 1979

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Practical Computing - November 1979, Volume 2, Issue 11


Computers for the Radio Amateur: Updating the first electronic hobby, page 60

Review I: Vincent Tseng examines the Rair Black Box, page 67

Review II: Tecs is the system if you want to be a pioneer, page 70

Artificial Intelligence: Mark Witowski on the problems of making computers learn, page 76)

Program of the Year: Microaid, the winning entry in our competition, page 120

Financial Modelling: An up-to-date look at corporate planning, page 84

File-Handling Techniques: The hard-sectoring approach under examination, page 90

Solving Chip Problems: The process of testing for failures, page 94

All This and More:

Feedback, page 53
Printout, page 59
Software on Disc, page 72
Structured Programming, page 80
Pet in the Real World, page 87
Game, page 101
Statistics on a Micro, page 106
Peek n' Poke, page 108
Book Reviews, page 111
Diary, page 115
Tandy Forum, page 117
Pet Corner, page 119
Computabits, page 136
Buyers' Guide, page 143
Glossary, page 151
Advertisement Index, page 181
Adverts :

Cromemco Z-2H
Sharp - the portable brain [MZ-80K]
Tandy TRS-80
AIM 65
Intertec Superbrain
Rair Black Box
Compelec Series I

Publication Date : November 1979

ISSN Number : 0141-5433

Creator : IPC Electrical Electronic Press

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2217. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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