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Hello World (Assemblers, Considered Harmful?!) - Computerphile

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Published on May 22, 2018

Using Hello World to show how assemblers keep track of memory - but at the expense of two passes through the computer.

Bootstrapping EDSAC: Initial Orders: https://youtu.be/nc2q4OOK6K8

The Hello World Program for EDSAC:

T64K
GK
ZF
O16@
O17@
O18@
O19@
O20@
O21@
O22@
O23@
O24@
O25@
O26@
O27@
O28@
O29@
ZF
*F
HF
EF
LF
LF
OF
!F
WF
OF
RF
LF
DF
@F
&F
EZPF



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Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: https://bit.ly/nottscomputer

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