Calculating Amiga

I did dabble in programming the Amiga, as I did with all my computers, mainly in BASIC – for those youngsters amongst you who have never come across this (!), it was once the default language for home computers, the Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code.   Early on, in my CP/M days, I also tried PASCAL and COBOL running on Amstrad computers, and Amstrad BASIC, plus of course BBC BASIC on my BBC Micro Model B.

I didn’t write all that much about programming for magazines, but ‘Calculating Amiga’, published in the March 1989 issue of Amiga User International, was an exception.  It had a double interest for me, as it included two simple applications in AmigaBASIC for use in amateur radio – a theme you’ll often find elsewhere in my articles, see the Ham Radio menu above for more!

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Amiga User International Volume 3, Number 4, April 1989 p69

Amiga User International Volume 3, Number 4, April 1989 p69

Amiga User International Volume 3, November 4, April 1989 p70

Amiga User International Volume 3, November 4, April 1989 p70

Amiga User International Volume 3, Issue 4, April 1989 p83

Amiga User International Volume 3, Issue 4, April 1989 p83

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