Commodore: The Microcomputer Magazine (August/September 1982)

in #retrocomputinglast year (edited)

Commodore: The Microcomputer Magazine was an early publication put out by Commodore for their various computers. In 1982 it was covering primarily the VIC-20 and the Commodore PET line. However, the Commodore 64 was also just being released about the same time this issue hit the stands. Here are some highlights of the August/September 1982 issue:

Commodore News

  • ”Easy” Spreadsheet Programs
  • Telecommunications with VIC 20 / VICMODEM


  • School Offers Instruction in Computer Literacy
  • Running a Completely Automated Experiment by Microcomputer


  • Income Tax Practitioner Praises Commodore Tax Package
  • A Case History: Moving Company Implements CBM System

VIC 20

  • The VIC Magician
  • Enhanced Business Forms on the VIC 20

Programmer’s Tips

  • Line Finder
  • Introduction to the Machine Language Monitor
  • BASIC Programming on the Commodore 64
  • Conversion Tutor

Excerpts From a Technical Notebooks

  • Faster than a Speeding Cathode Ray
  • Deriving Mathematical Functions

Product Review

  • Silicon Office

Butterfield on Commodore

Book Review

  • PET Graphics

Read more:


The rewards earned on this comment will go directly to the person sharing the post on Twitter as long as they are registered with @poshtoken. Sign up at