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  • ...ocomputer Programming & Interfacing]], by [[Andrew C. Staugaard, Jr.]], ([[1981]]). ISBN: 0-672-21726-0 ...sembly Language Programming]], by [[Lance Leventhal]]. [[McGraw-Hill]], ([[1981]]). ISBN: 0-931988-35-7
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  • | [[Alcatraz II]] || Michael (Mike) R. Hughey || Spectral Associates || 1981 or 1982 || 1,2 or 3 || 16K || 1,2,3, 16K RAM Extended BASIC, tape or disk, | [[Audio Spectrum Analyzer]] || Steve Bjork || Radio Shack (Datasoft) || 1981 || 1 or 2 ONLY || 4K || 1,2, 4K RAM, cartridge. || || Game || DECB || 26-3
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  • | year= 1981
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  • | year = 1981
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  • | year = 1981 ...ce C. Falk]] (commonly known as Lonnie Falk) and was published from July [[1981]] to May [[1993]] by Falk's company, [[Falsoft]], which was based in Prospe
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  • ...torola 6809-based personal computers made by Radio Shack and produced from 1981 (CoCo 1) until 1990 (CoCo 3). Each CoCo comes with a variation of Microsoft
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  • [[Image:TRS-80 Color Computer 1.jpg|thumb|320px|4k TRS-80 Color Computer from 1981, 26-3001]] ...) covered the hole where the Modem's LED "DATA" indicator was. On July 31, 1981, Tandy announced the TRS-80 Color Computer. Sharing the same case, keyboard
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  • ...re book was essentially published as a year-long series in BYTE (December, 1981-November, 1982): readers with access to those back issues can enjoy this ma
    25 KB (4,396 words) - 14:32, 21 February 2009
  • '''TRS-80 Color Computer from 1981'''
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  • | pub_date = 1st edition (September 1981)
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  • *[[Art Gallery]] (1981) (26-3061) *[[Color Cubes]] (1981) (26-3075)
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  • | pub_date = ([[1981]]) ...orola 6809 microprocessor, used in the Tandy TRS-80 computer. Published in 1981 by Osborne/McGraw-Hill.
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  • | pub_date = [[1981]]
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  • <br/><br/><b>Released: 1981 (possibly re-released as MICROBES by Radio Shack/Tandy in 1983?)</b>
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  • | pub_date = [[1981]]
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  • <gallery caption="1981"> File:TRS-80 Microcomputers News V03N01-Jan 1981.JPG|V03N01-Jan 1981
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  • '''Issue: Microcomputer NEWS, April 1981 V3N04 Pag.11'''<br />
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  • | year= 1982 (Coding finished Nov. 19, 1981)
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  • | year = 1981
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  • The first issue of The RAINBOW Magazine was July 1981. ...RAINBOW Magazine November 1981|November]], [[The RAINBOW Magazine December 1981|December]]
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