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Description of the files used to produce the SED
lessons (written in GNOSIS, ALGOL, and MACRO-10).
SED01.EXE ; SED lessons
SED01.GNO ;sources for the SED lessons
GNOSED.MAC ;contains several MACRO subroutines necessary to the
SED lessons, listed here:
TTOPEN opens the terminal on channel 5.
NOECHO changes bits 27 and 28 to keep input from echoing.
INCH inputs a character (including control characters)
(allows for multi-character keys)
(puts terminal in PIM mode so that control-chars
are passed to the program, instead of the monitor).
XECHO re-enables echoing
NOCRLF set TTY NO CRLF (necessary for SED)
G.MIC ;runs a lesson through GNOSIS, and loads the generated
.ALG file, along with GNOSED.MAC and CAI:GNOLIB.REL.
To use it type "DO G n" where n is 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5,
depending on what lesson you want compiled.
When running GNOSIS on the source file, the terminal will
type %WARNING messages, these can be ignored, they are of no
importance. (if you get ?ERROR messages, though, watch out).
TUTSED.GNO ;is the master program which runs the lessons
READ.ME ;is the installation guide for the lessons.
TUTSED.HLP ;is the HELP file for the lessons.
TUTSED.RNO ;is the source file for TUTSED.HLP