Practical Computing - December 1979

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Practical Computing - December 1979, Volume 2, Issue 12


Artificial Intelligence: Cell classification with the seeing machine, page 67

Review I: The Transam Triton, page 60

Review II: The Eurapple and ITT 2020 compared, page 62

Review III: Corvus hard disc for the Apple II, page 65

Toys of Today: A look at electronic games for Christmas, page 71

Education: How to set up computer studies in schools, page 73

Sorcerer Aids: Useful tips for users, page 88

File-Handling Techniques: Concluding our series for commercial applications, page 71

All This and More:

Feedback, page 53
Printout, page 58
Startraders, page 76
Getting to Grips with the MK 14, page 84
Statistics on a Small System, page 95
Self-testing Micros, page 102
Fiction, page 108
Crossword, page 111
Intelligent Gambling, page 113
Language Comparison, page 117
Tandy Page, page 119
Pet Corner, page 121
Apple Pie, page 124
User Groups, page 126
Illustrating Basic, page 127
Computabits, page 136
Buyers' Guide, page 143
Glossary, page 151
Advertisement Index, page 180


Adverts :
Cromemco Z-2H Computer System
Intersystems DPS-1, Software, OEM S100 boards, Pascal Micro Development System
The Video Keyboard VDP 10
AIM 65
SD Systems SDS-200
Ohio Scientific Challenger series
Transam products
Zilog MCZ range
MSI 6800
Exidy Sorcerer
Nascom Imp printer
Paper Tiger printer
Apple II Plus
Acorn VDU interface
RAIR terminals and printers
Model UV140 Eprom Eraser

Publication Date : December 1979

ISSN Number : 0141-5433

Creator : IPC Electrical Electronic Press

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2218. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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