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A proposed programming system for Knuth's mix computer

By Max Neil Akers


Approved for public release; distribution unlimited.A programming system using a hypothetical computer is proposed for use in teaching machine and assembly language programming courses. Major components such as monitor, assembler, interpreter, grader and diagnostics are described. The interpreter is programmed and documented for use on an IBM 360/67. The interpreter can be used for teaching machine language programming and can be incorporated into the proposed programming system. Commander, United States Nav

Topics: Computer science
Publisher: Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
Year: 1969
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