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An excerpt from Submarine! … a game for the SR-52, Kilobaud the small computer magazine, Issue #2, February 1977, pages 70-72

" When you're not using your computer or calculator for something useful you can always program it to play games. Many games have been programmed for various computers, including hangman, tic-tac-toe, three-dimensional tic-tac-toe, battleship, and a lunar landing simulation. Some of the games like three-dimensional tic-tac-toe are complicated enough to require a good sized computer; others are so simple that they can be played with a programmable
calculator. Here is a game of "Submarine" for the SR-52 calculator; it is a slight variation on the "Battleship" game included in the Applications Manual for the Texas Instruments SR-56 calculator. In addition to the program, we give here a flowchart so that you can reprogram the game for other calculators or computers as well. "

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