NBS computer user's guide
Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology. Computer Services Division, United States. National Bureau of Standards
National Bureau of Standards, 1975., 1975 - Computers - 239 pages
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EXEC 8 CONTROL LANGUAGE AND RUNSTREAMS
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9-track absolute element ANSI ASCII block CalComp CalComp plotter Call the FORTRAN catalogued file central computer facility character set charge COBOL Computer Services Division control statement signals CSD REFERENCE LIBRARY CSD WRITEUP CSD dMAP EBCDIC eguipment element in file end-of-file EXEC FASTRAND Fastrand-formatted mass storage Fieldata file TPF filename files assigned FIPS format frees all files GPSDC hardware images input labeled tape language processor magnetic tape Master File Directory mode NRZI offline option paper tape parity printer processing processor to compile program file project ID PROJECT*DATA PROJECT*FILENAME punched card punched output records reel number reguired reload relocatable elements ROUTINE run for initiation run ID runstream S-option Schedule Section seguence signals the end source element source statements specified standard stored in file subroutine symbiont symbolic element tape drives TAPE LABEL tape mark tape unit time-sharing U-option Uniservo UNIVAC user's account number word-addressable write-enabled