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Offline TADUK

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Hi All,

Here is a quick scan of an old Amstrad programming article from the UK "Computing with the Amstrad" Nov 1986.

It contains some very basic 3D programming techniques to draw and rotate a cube - sadly only in BASIC but it was good enough to get me interested in 3D programming, demos and games..

Enjoy.

Cheers
TAD


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Thankyou and welcome TADUK.
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Ah, welcome and thanks for that mate! Nice for a slow evening's worth of typing :)

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Thanks for the scan.


If you have more CwtA magazines, especially the later ones after they changed to CwtA CPC, and get the urge to scan them in, that would be greatly appreciated.
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