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Atari Disassembler
Vol. 1 No. 3
July 1985
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News
All the latest in Atari news. The demise
of the 130ST, the ST software
promise, and lots more.
Beginners
Mike Bibby continues his
series with a look at
strings and string vari-
ables — knotty stuff.
Vol. 1 No 3 July 1985
Derek Meakin
Cliff McKnight
Mike Bibby
Alan McLachlan
Kevin Edwards
Pete Bibby
Peter Glover
Heather Sheldrick
Mike Cowley
John Riding
John Snowden
Peter Brameld
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Filthy Fifteen and a new brain-bender
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This month our intrepid
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Hat Mack, Bounty Bob
Strikes Back and
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Contents
Utility
Speed up the Atari's power function
with Frank O'Dwyer's routines.
Disassembler
If you want to see what's happening
deep inside your Atari, Kevin Edwards'
disassembler will show you.
Bit Wise
Mike Bibby takes the mystery Out Of
nybbles and bytes.
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A golden oldie from the fertile pen of
Roland Waddilove. Go into action with
trigger-happy race against time.
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17 Commandments
If you're thinking of writing for Atari
User, you'll need to read this.
TRELSIIRE HUT 11
Find the treasure but
avoid the bombs in Mike
Rowe's game. You•Il
need a bit of logic and a
bit of luck as well.
Sounds
Convert your Owerty key-
board into a simple organ
keyboard with this easy-
to-enter routine.
Mailbag
Enter your name here by writing to us
with all your questions. answers and
general comments.
Atari's new DOS 2.5 gets the thumbs
up from Andre Willey.
[DOS
Order Form
Binders for your back issues, disc
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Microscope
Take a close look at this password
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