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  • #REDIRECT [[The RAINBOW Magazine September 1981]]
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  • | date = September 1981 | year = 1981
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  • | photo = Rainbow cover 1981-08.jpg | date = August 1981
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  • | photo = Rainbow cover 1981-09.jpg | date = September 1981
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  • | pub_date = 1st edition (September 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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  • ...the long-awaited Color Computer disc will make its appearance in August or September. ...//archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-08/page/n4 See Rainbow Magazine 1981-08 Pag 5, in archive.org]
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  • The package was developed by [[The MICRO WORKS]] in 1981 and consists of 3 programs, The Editor, The Assembler and the Monitor ABUG [[Review: SDS80C (Rainbow-1981-09)]]
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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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