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Acorn User - July 1984

Hints & Tips
Tape loading
Testing the keyboard
Text windows
Machine code problems
First byte
Converting listings
The difference between BBC and Electron
Z80 low-down
Database ROM
Starbase from GCC controls searching and sorting of information held on disc
Viewdata in action
Tecmedia's Edfax sets up colour viewdata pages
Teaching facts
Converting Basics
BBC and Atom Basic and how to convert a program from one to the other
Atom Forum
Electron plus-1
Acorn's add-on box means printers and joysticks can be connected and ROM cartridges used
Solidisk 128k RAM
A memory board with the capabilities of a disc drive
IEEE trio
Comparing 3 versions of the IEEE interface for the BBC Micro from Aries, Acorn and CST-procyon
Canon's colour ink-jet printer
Brother EP44
Games & adventures
Alligata's bridge
Level 9's Lords of Time
Program Power's Jet-power Jack
Daredevil Denis and Demolator from Visions
3D Tank from Dynabyte
The News
16032 developments
Torch progress
BBC games for Electron
Communications '84
Chip Camera
Acorn User Exhibition
Educational software
CP/M programs
Joe's Jottings
Beeb Forum
BBC Basic
How it works II
Slow your micro down to see exactly how it works
Top 20 software
Soft Options
Acorn Abuser's diary
I  The future
An overview of developments and where they could lead
II On the move
How the BBC uses portable micros to send stores back to HQ for wordprocessing
III The nitty gritty
The theory and practice of modems and electronic mail
Set up your own viewdata system and generate pictures to be saved on disc with this utility from Tecmedia

Publication Date : 1st April 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3980. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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