Peter F. Brameld
Database Publications Ltd.
NEWS Keep in touch with the latest happenings in the eventful
world of the BBC Micro.
BEGINNERS We show you how simple - and how powerful - subscripted
variables really are.
WORKSHOP Continuing our fascinating and useful insights into
the world of TOP, HIMEM and LOMEM.
KEYS A comprehensive user-defined key editor that really lets
you see what you are doing.
DISC DISORDER? Discs in disarray? Let our clever techniques
bring order into your media mix-up.
DISC DISASTERS? Ever accidentally SAVED over a file? Let our
utility make this a thing of the past.
DOOMRUN Totally absorbing high speed space action.
ADVENTURES Our forthright columnist takes her usual critical
look at the world of adventures.
MASTERMIND The perennial brainteaser favourite, this program
will keep you engrossed for hours.
BACKGAMMON An enthralling BBC Micro version of one of the
world's most popular board games.
PROBLEM PAGE Mike Cook tells you the things you've always
wanted to know but been afraid to ask.
COMPETITION Find the hidden words and you could turn your
BBC Micro into an IBM PC.
EXCLUSIVE Simple and short, this entrancing program shows
the BBC Micro's graphics capabilities.
MICROWEB The first bulletin board for the BBC Micro is a runaway
success - and here's why!
TELEPHONE LINKS A gentle introduction into the exciting world
of modems, serial and parallel data.
The biggest show of them all! From July 19 to 22 all roads
will be leading to Alexandra Palace - for the biggest Electron &
BBC User Show of them all.
BODY BUILDING Build an acoustically coupled modem - a DIY
kit that will help get you started.
COMMUNICATIONS An easy-to-follow look at the software needed
by your modem - by Commstar's author.
HARDWARE SCENE Acorn's 6502 Second Processor and the Bitstik
reviewed - plus a mini ROM board.
MICROMAIL The page you write yourself. Just a small selection
from the flood of letters pouring in.
ORDER FORM From back issues to covers, cassettes to cases,
everything you need is here.
(c) 1984 Database Publications Ltd.
The Micro User is an independent publication and neither
the BBC nor Acorn Computers Ltd are responsible for any of the articles
in this issue or for any of the opinions expressed.
Distribution to the news trade in the UK and Ireland is
by Wells Gardner, Darton and Co Ltd.