BYTE Magazine, Volume 1: Issue 2 (October 1975)

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Byte journal was once an American microcomputer journal, influential within the past due Seventies and through the Nineteen Eighties as a result of its wide-ranging editorial assurance. while many magazines from the mid-1980s have been devoted to the MS-DOS (PC) platform or the Mac, more often than not from a enterprise or domestic user's viewpoint, Byte coated advancements within the complete box of "small pcs and software", and infrequently different computing fields reminiscent of supercomputers and high-reliability computing. insurance was once in-depth with a lot technical element, instead of user-oriented. Print book ceased in 1998 and on-line booklet in 2013.

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R . . This is the routine use d to calc ulate the next value of the lCO Uh bit in the IROWth row of L1FEBITS usi ng the curren t value of the nex trow, the saved va lu e in 38 ICOL = index for column scanning ... IROW = index for row scanning . NCMA X = current maximu m column index of live cells NCMIN = current minimum column ind ex of live cells NRMA X = current maxi mum row index of live cells NRMIN = current minimum row index of live cells = LlFEBITS (IR OW,I); CALL FACTS_OF_LIFE (TROW, I COL); 22 27 x = TEMPORARY I = temporary index (not the same as the I in Fig.

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