LIFE is a fascinating program which simulates the growth of a colony of cells. It was invented around 1970 by John CONWAY of Cambridge University and is basically a pattern generating program.
Initially the screen is blank and using the program's editor you have to set up the first generation of the colony.
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The cursor keys move the cursor, and cells can be placed anywhere on the screen by pressing Copy and deleted by pressing Delete.
When the main program is running you can hold down the spacebar to pause or Enter/Return to start afresh with a new colony.