Programing PDP-8 assembler - details
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Thu Jun 10 12:02:29 CDT 2010
Philipp Hachtmann wrote:
> In general you can write PAL assembly using an editor. Then you can
> assemble, load, and execute it. Fairly easy. And if your program does a
> kind of clean exit (jump to 7600) and hasn't disturbed OS/8 system
> storage (a good first bet is to keep away from everything beyond any
> 7600) you even don't have to manually reboot after your program has
> finishes whatever it did.
I got the doc's I need downloaded. I just have to
figure how to print them under windows 2 pages per sheet.
The other thing is I have to pick up a bunch of paper tomorrow
so I can write out my program. With the 8 you just can't create
programs on line.
> With FORTRAN IV it's the same. Not to mention basic... :-)
> Kind regards,
> Philipp :-)
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