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The Approach to Simple Problems
Introduction to Loops and Branches
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absolute address Absolute Magnitude arithmetic operations array assigned automatically begin Bell code binary block Branch calculation called cards or tape Chap CM CO MP computation conditional PUNCH console contains contents cosh counter D-address debugging decimal point deck distributor drum electronic equation errors example executed exponent fixed-point constant fixed-point variable floating-point flow diagram follows FORTRAN FORTRANSIT function Increment initial input Key Punch load card loop box LOOP instruction lower accumulator machine language mantissa memory location modified multiplication numerical analysis octal optimized output overflow performed problem produce pseudo-operation PUNCH statement punched cards punched in columns read band region replaced Reset result routine sequence shift single-word loader source program specified statement number stop storage locations stored struction subtraction symbolic address tion trace transfer card translation upper accumulator usually word Y-punch zero