Computer Magazines - Commodore Computing, August 1983
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NEWS 4
Looking back at the 4th International Commodore Computer Show.
NEW PRODUCTS 9
Switchable RAM packs for the VIC, accountancy software for the 64, new games for the VIC plus lots more information.
SOFTWARE REVIEW 14
This month we go over Wordcraft 20 for the VIC, visit the Temple of Apshai for the 64 and have a look at Attack of the Mutant Camels.
BOOK REVIEW 20
Commodore 64 Games Book and Selected Essays in Contemporary Computing.
UTILITY REVIEW 22
A comparative review of two programming aids, Sysres 64 and Power. Which is the best to buy and why?
APPLICATION STORY 24
Nav-log is the new computerised flight planning system for small aviation companies.
INFO 28
What you need to know about a personal information system for the 64.
EDUCATION 33
Many educational games put the learning process second to enjoying the game. This does not apply to ASK's packages reviewed here.
HINTS AND TIPS 39
The cold start command on the 64, poking to disable and enable routines and how to combine lines from one program to another.
SOUND AND VISION 48
Following on from Synthy-64 in June, Roy Wainwright has now come up with a hi-res package called Screen Graphics-64.
DISK USER 56
Reading and writing the directory and scratching the files.
HARDWARE NOTEBOOK 60
How to convert the PET into a computing integrator.
MACHINE CODE PROGRAMMING 62
How to prevent your programs and disks from being copied by prying eyes and thieving hands.
BUSINESS PROGRAMMING 68
More in the nominal ledger series. This time, it is all about amending the parameters.
BASIC PROGRAMMING 74
Playing cards with the PET, hi-res plotting and five programs for the VIC including shooting UFOs, a racing car game and turning machine code into decimal data statements.
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