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Unformatted text preview: X) and two-part instructions. One part of the instruction tells what action the instruction performs, and the other part specifies the location of the data to be used (if any). Programs written using the Pep/7 instruc-tion set can be run using a simulator, a program that behaves like the Pep/7 computer. The Pep/7 assembly language is a language that allows the user to enter mnemonic codes for each instruction rather than binary numbers. Programs written in assembly language are translated into their machine-language equivalents, which are then executed using the Pep/7 simulator. Programs, like algorithms, must be tested. Code-coverage testing involves determining the input to the program by looking carefully at the programs code. Data-coverage testing involves determining the input by considering all possible input values....
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