Introduction to the DEC System Ten Assembler Language Programming
A textbook on the assembler language of the DECsystem-10 computer. Presents the subject as a practical art, building the analysis from basic principles to running complex programs. Includes a full description of the language, many programming examples, concepts for creating macros, explanation of monitor calls, and applications for on-line use.
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AC,MEM ADDI arithmetical ASCII code ASCIZ assembler language binary breakpoint buffer byte pointer carriage return central processor character command string contents of AC contents of accumulator contents of MEM data items decimal number DECsystem-10 delete digits effective address calculation end-of-file error return example execution Exercises EXIT extension MAC Figure flags floating point number FORTRAN half of AC HREM IDIVI IMULI INCHUL input insert integer JRST jump instruction LABEL left half letter line feed machine macro masked bit memory location mnemonic mode monitor call MOVEI MOVEM negative numbers notation numerical argument octal OPNBLK OUTCHR OUTSTR overflow parity performed POPJ positive PRINT pushdown list pushdown pointer PUSHJ Q-register radix point referenced result right half SBRTN1 sequence SETZM sign bit SIXBIT space specified statement stored subroutine Suppose SWAP symbol symbol table TECO command terminal text words TRMOP type-out Write a program