man71 - 11/3/71 NAME SYNOPSIS DESCRIPTION FILES SEE ALSO...

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11/3/71 /ETC/AS2 (VII) NAME as2 -- assembler pass 2 SYNOPSIS DESCRIPTION as2 is invoked by the assembler as to perform its second pass. FILES see as SEE ALSO as DIAGNOSTICS see as BUGS OWNER dmr
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11/3/71 /ETC/BA (VII) NAME ba -- B assembler SYNOPSIS /etc/ba name DESCRIPTION ba is invoked by the B command in order to turn the B intermediate code into assembly language. FILES name.i (input), name.s (output) SEE ALSO b command, /etc/bc DIAGNOSTICS BUGS At the moment, the b command is defunct, and ba is invoked via a command file. OWNER ken
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11/3/71 /ETC/BC (VII) NAME bc -- B compiler SYNOPSIS /etc/bc name.b name.i DESCRIPTION bc is the B compiler proper; it turns B source into intermediate code. It is invoked from the b command. FILES name.b (input), name.i (intermediate output) SEE ALSO b (command), /etc/ba DIAGNOSTICS BUGS The b command is defunct at the moment; bc is called from a command file. OWNER ken
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11/3/71 /ETC/BILIB (VII) NAME bilib -- B interpreter library SYNOPSIS DESCRIPTION bilib is the library of B runtime operators. It is searched during the loading of a B—compiled program. Standard B subroutines are contained in /etc/libb.a. FILES SEE ALSO b (command); ar, ld DIAGNOSTICS BUGS The following assignment binary operators are missing: b102 (=<), b110 (=>=), b111 (=>=), b112 (=>>), b113 (=<<), b120 (=/). OWNER ken, dmr
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BOOT PROCEDURES (VII) NAME bos, maki, rom, vcboot, msys, et al SYNOPSIS DESCRIPTION On the RF disk, the highest 16K words are reserved for stand—alone programs. These 16K words are allocated as follows: bos (1K) Warm UNIX (6K) Cold UNIX (6K) unassigned (3K) The UNIX read only memory (ROM) is home cut with 2 programs of 16 words each. The first (address 173700) reads bos from the RF disk into core location 54000 and transfers to 54000. The other ROM program (address 173740) reads a DECtape sitting in the end—zone on drive 0 into core location 0 and transfers to 0. This latter operation is compatible with part of DEC's standard ROM. The disassembled code for the UNIX ROM follows: 173700: mov $177472,r0 12700;177472 mov $3,—(r0) 12740;3 mov $140000,—(r0) 12740;140000 mov $54000,—(r0) 12740;54000 mov $—2000,—(r0) 12740;176000 mov $5,—(r0) 12740;5 tstb (r0) 105710 bge .—2 2376 jmp *$5400Q 137;54000 173740: mov $177350,r0 12700;177350 clr —(r0) 5040 mov r0,—(r0) 10040 mov $3,—(r0) 12740;3 tstb (r0) 105710 bge .—2 2376 tst *$177350 5737;177350 bne . 1377 movb $5,(r0) 112710;5 tstb (r0) 105710 bge .—2 2376 clr pc 5007 The program bos (Bootstrap Operating System) examines the console switchs and executes one of several internal programs depending on the setting. If no setting is recognizable, bos loops waiting for a recognizable setting. The following settings are currently recognized:
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2010 for the course ARCH Arch 101 taught by Professor Edwardhoe during the Spring '10 term at 카이스트, 한국과학기술원.

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