Acorn User - September 1982

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Acorn News
Acorn on show
Personal computer exhibition in London's Barbican Centre 
News from the BBC
Telesoftware amd the User Guide
The BBC Micro can play a useful role, say John Turnbull and John Gordon
BBC or Spectrum?
The pros and cons
NEC 30 Hour Basic
The course and how it came about
Art on Screen
Atom in action
Disk pack commands
BBC Basic conversion board
Bugged by ULAs
How these chips go wrong
Teletext graphics
How to save memory
Machine Code Graphics II
Hints and Tips
Joe telford conducts the sound of music from his keyboard
Ian Carpenter plugs analogue in 
Pam Fiddy on teachers' problems
User group News
Atom graph fitting
Dealer list

Publication Date : 6th September 1982

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4214. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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