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Issue 65 : December 1987

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Hints and Tips - Martin Phillips
Start at the beginning. Martin goes back to basics.
First Byte - Tessie Revivis
Filing systems are the subject this month.
PCB by CAD - Joe Telford
Build your own electronic circuits with Joe's computer aided design package.
Pretty as a Picture - Brian Larkman
Brian describes the unique pointillist-style computer art of Karl Torok and explains how he does it.
Drawing the Crowds - Jonathan Inglis
How do you go about producing good computer art? Established professional Jonathan advises.
A Drawn Out Process - Paul Bayley
Paul explains how to build up and use a collection of art programs without spending a fortune.
Monitoring Standards - Chris Drage
Nine monitors come under the exacting eye of Chris. Is there a clear winner?
The Games Page - David Lawrence
The best of the Christmas games.
Superior's Arc game Zarch sets new standards in computer animation.
Games Reviews
We review The Living Daylights, Strykers Run II and Graham Gooch's Cricket.
Software - Adam Denning
C is a powerful programming language. Adam investigates three options.
Software - Geoff Bains
Program your own Elite with the Real-Time Graphics System, says Geoff.
Education News
News and software releases from the world of education.
Planning the Future - Chris Drage and Nick Evans
How should you use IT in your classes? Answers from Chris and Nick.
The Network Page
Courses for net managers: helpful or a waste of time? Plus a DIN lead testing device.
Artisan Competition
Acorn Forum
C competition
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