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New PDF release: An Introduction to Digital Computing

By F. H. George (Auth.)

ISBN-10: 0080112803

ISBN-13: 9780080112800

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No system could be automatic without a store. The fact of having a store is no guarantee that it will be automatic, but if the system contains both instructions and data (numbers), then it may operate over a period of time without human interference and it is this property we call "automatic". What is an address? Turn to 31 12 from 38 CHAPTER TWO Programming and the Control Unit THIS chapter follows up in depth the general survey of Chapter One, and places special emphasis on programming and on the workings of the computer control unit.

What would you say, in general terms, a programmer had to do? Turn to 55 58 from 53 Two registers will be needed merely for the instructions and eight for the numbers, so two will not be enough, since both instructions and numbers need registers with their own addresses. Return to 53 59 from 55 No. It is true. The point is that a computer can store both numbers and instructions, and this is what distinguishes it as being automatic. Turn to 62 60 from 61 Twelve, you say. Well, we have 200 to 206 for numbers (that is seven registers).

E. without human interference). It has inside it instructions telling it to add, subtract, or whatever operation is needed, and also numbers which are the things added or subtracted. What is a programmer? Turn to 28 25 from 22 No. You may not have known before that semaphore is a visual language, which has two signal arms (rather like those used on the railway) and these can take up many different positions, to represent letters of the alphabet. The fact that it has two arms, both of which may take up many positions, ensures that it is not binary.

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