Tuesday, March 18, 2014

AC's Tech for the Commodore Amiga - November 1993

AC's Tech for the Commodore Amiga - Volume 3, Number 4 - November 1993

AC's Tech for the Commodore Amiga was Amazing Computing's more technically oriented publication for the Amiga. The November 1993 issue includes:
  • Why You Should Develop for CD-32
  • F-BASIC 5.0 - A review of the latest release of F-BASIC.
  • Quick Menus for True BASIC Programs - Create menus for your True BASIC programs quickly and painlessly with this method.
  • Time Efficient Animations - Quick animations are just around the corner.
  • True BASIC Input Mask - Another handy utility for True BASIC users.
  • Mr. Newton & His Roots: Programming the Amiga in Assembly Language - Solving for roots using the Newton method.
  • Re Color - Breathe new life into your old icons with this handy ARexx utility.
  • Have Your Own Custom 3-D Graphics Package, Part II - Part two, adding the finishing touches to your new program.
  • Departments
    • List of Advertisers
    • Source and Executables ON DISK!
...and more!

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