Source: Input – Issue Number 2
Input was a short-lived magazine published in the U.K. in 1984-1985 but it was published weekly so there are a lot of them. It covered the subject of home computer programming. Computers covered included the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, BBC Micro, Acorn Electron, Dragon 32, Sinclair ZX81, Commodore VIC-20 and Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer. Issue number 2 includes:
- BASIC Programming 3
- The Computer As Decision-Maker – How IF…THEN is used. Three-way and multiple choices
- Machine Code 2
- 10-Minute Games Graphics – Binary/decimal and binary/hex conversions. Planning graphics.
- Streamline Your Hobbies Files: 1 – A datafile program to index – or cross-index – your hobbies.
- Games Programming 2
- Right…Up…Left…Fire! – Use GET$ and INKEY$ to get your games programs moving.
- BASIC Programming 4
- The Programmer’s Road Signs – How to jump lines using GOTO, ON…GOTO and GOSUB.