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Letter to RAINBOW (1981-11)

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Editor: We enjoyed the RAINBOW very much. I'm into ways the Color Computer can help. around the house and my husband is really into games.

Do you know of a PACMAN game that is available?


Greenland Park, Kansas

Editor: I am a first time computer user and feel frustrated by the magazines as all the information is written for other Computers.

What I would really like is a list of functions for model I and III and the same set of commands for my color computer.


Editor: I recently purchased a copy of the RAINBOW (03) and was quite pleased with the articles and especially with LASER STAR.

Just one comment about the last issue: In line 10 of the Graphics Printer, shouldn't. '127' be '31'? Also, your choice of X for the vertical and Y for the horizontal coordinates is confusing. Normally, X is the horizontal.


(Ed. Note: '31' works, too. Thanks for the information. As to the X and Y. you're right. It must have been a late night when that one was written!)


See Rainbow Magazine 1981-11 Pag 7, in