MIGIT, Version: April 1974

Author: Dennis Washa, University of Wisconsin, Platteville, WI Source language: BASIC-PLUS, Memory Required: 8K, Special Hardware Required: PDP-11/40

Abstract: MIGIT is a symbolic language developed to aid a beginning programmer in the understanding of an assembly language. MIGIT is the counterpart of the machine language called SADSM which was developed in an earlier program. The opcodes in both SADSM and MIGIT are compatible, that is, the coding of MIGIT is translated into SADSM, and all SADSM coding can be easily converted to MIGIT. An assumption is therefore made that the MIGIT programmer has programmed in SADSM.

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