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Basically BASIC (Part 1)

Article from Electronics & Music Maker, March 1981


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Publisher: Electronics & Music Maker - Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.

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Electronics & Music Maker - Mar 1981

Topic:

Computing


Series:

Basically Basic

This is the only part of this series active so far.


Feature by Graham Hall

Previous article in this issue:

> Micro-Music

Next article in this issue:

> Working with Video


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