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Program Documentation - CSIRAC Computer, Routine Specifications, Executive, 1956-1959 Document Reg. No: HT 13511 4

A manilla folder with the title '1.Executive' containing documentation for the following programs classified under the category 'Executive':
- T001 B100 Primary And Control (2 versions).
- T002 B100 Library Tape Symbol Print.
- T002.1 B100 Tape Symbol Punch, Drum Annotations/Library Tape Symbol print using 5-hole equipment- (3copies/2 versions and Code L2.)
- T002.2 B101 Tape Symbol Punch Using 5 Hole Equipment (without tabs).
- T003 B100 Punch From Store in binary on 12-hole tape.
- T004 B100 Primary & Control.
- T007.1 B110 Teleprinter Test (2copies).
- T007.2 Output Punch Test (2copies).
- T012 B107 Check Print Compact Punched Data.
- T020 B124 Friden Tape-Command Entry.
- T180 B111 Symbol Print from Store in Single Column.
- T181 B111 Symbol Print From Store in Blocks of 2,3,4.
- T182-182.2 B111 Control Routine Storing Parameters in D.
- T183-183.2 B111 Control Routine Parameters in D, stored at end of Memory.
- Console Copy T.S.P. (annotated by J. Spencer).
- Storing of Orders from Tape.

Acquisition Information:
Donation from University of Melbourne (The) Computer Science & Software Engineering Department
Discipline: Technology

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Tagged with: computing, csirac computer, first generation computers, mainframe computers, making history - csirac
Themes this item is part of: Computing Departments at the University of Melbourne, a brief history 1956-1996, Information & Communication Collection, CSIRAC Collection, Archival Paper Tape Reading Project for CSIRAC 12 Hole Paper Tapes
Primary Classification: COMPUTING & CALCULATING
Secondary Classification: Digital Computing
Tertiary Classification: programming
User: University of Melbourne (The), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1956-1959
Collector: CSIRAC History Team, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1995 or later

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