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This MFS formatted disk contains a collection of example programs written for teaching machine architecture concepts using the Macintosh Development System. Sample programs illustrate how instructions can be treated as data, computer arithmetic, looping features, interrupt handling, coroutines, recursive subprograms and stack frames, traps and direct manipulation of the screen. In addition, a supervisor program is provided that implements basic, line-oriented input and output facilities for the 68000 assembly language programs on the Macintosh.
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Joe Bergin, Robert L. Scot Drysdale, Jerry Keough, Larry Gallagher, Vivian Sewelson, and Mark Sherman, "A Collection of MDS Example Programs." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report DCS-TR86-113, 1986.
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