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, pp. 4-5 -
, pp. 6-9 -
Optimizing Turbo, memory resident code, and more
DTack Grounded, The Junk Mail Flyer
by Hal W. Hardenbergh, pp. 10-15 -
Marketing plans and raucous laughter, HP, the 68030, the Transputer, and expert ...
Starting Your Own Software House
by Ray Duncan, pp. 16-21 -
The pros and cons and the preliminaries
by Frank D. Greco, pp. 22-25 -
IBM's PL.8 compiler, monitors, parallel processing, animation on the PC, the lat...
A Graphics Print Screen Utility4C a Simple Terminate and Stay Resident Program
by M. Steven Baker, pp. 26-33 -
Graphics screen dumps to an Okidata printer
Coding Guidelines for Resident Programs
by Graham Pearson, pp. 34-39 -
Some sample memory resident code
Parallel Processing with the EGA
by Michael Abrash, pp. 40-47 -
The state of PC graphics, starting a tour of the EGA, and some reader challenges
Portability in Practice and Using Header Files
by William James Hunt, pp. 48-49 -
Practical problems in writing portable code and a technique for keeping track o...
The Proposed ANSI C Language Standard, Part 6
by Rex Jaeschke, pp. 50-53 -
Indexing in BASIC
by Ethan Winer, pp. 54-61 -
Indexing techniques to speed file access
Turbo C7C A First Look
by Michael Abrash, pp. 62-67 -
An interesting C compiler
, pp. 68-70 -
, p. 71 -
, pp. 72-74 -
"How Social Darwinism Made Modern China"
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