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pdp-10 demonstration package
submitted by: r. l. fisher
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the package of programs you have received comprises
several different programs designed to demonstrate the
pdp-10 system. the programs were written by high school and
the programs are:
following is a description of each program.
these "basic" programs play two familiar games. yahtze
and monop(oly) are played exactly like the board games of
the same name. routines prevent cheating and give constant
score information. instructions are provided upon
casino simulates a las vegas casino. it can play
blackjack, craps, roulette, slot machine, and chemin-de-fer.
instructions are supplied upon request.
it is suggested for these "basic" programs and those of
the users design, that "super basic" be used. this version
accepts all basic commands including print using. an end
statement is not required.to end program execution type
cntrl-o (if output is in progress) and then one escape (or
another feature incorporates edit10. typing the
command "edit" transfers control to edit10. typing "g"
returns control to basic. edit10 uses basic line numbers as
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***** warning *****
edit10 must be on the system! resequencing in edit10 should
be avoided as it only resequences the sequence numbers, not
go-to and other "jump" instructions.
fortran demonstration programs
xyplot plots an array of points (x,y) on the teletype.
scaling is automatic. see the routine for instructions.
snoop.f4 and snoop.dat print snoopy in asterisks on the
"picture package" is a program (and specially prepared
data files) designed to print well known works of art (mona
lisa, etc.) on the line printer. to use the programs, run
the program pict.f4. when it asks for a unit number give
the logical device number for the unit the data file is on.
then type the data file name (omit .dat extension) of the
picture you wish printed. pict will then produce a
masterpiece for you. pict.f4 indicates a data file error
with the message "?n" where n is the line number of the
faulty data. pict continues the program, however, ignoring
the bad line(s).
for additional information on the package contact:
r. l. fisher
500 wall street, suite 618
seattle, washington 98121