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INDEX

  Page. Para.
Addition and subtraction. 13, 44 4.3, 6.6
Address Section. 25 5.4
Alarum. 18 4.12
&"and" 34 6.2
     
Binary Notation. 3 2.1
     
Carry. 44 6.6
Characteristic. 26 - 29 5.7 - 5.10
Characteristic of Magnetics Instructions. 41 6.4
Constants, useful. 34 6.1
Control-Magnetics Interlock (C.M.I.) 42 6.4
Counting cycles of repetitive Loops. 20 4.16
     
Delay-Line Storage. 9 3.1
Delay-Lines. 10 3.1.4
  Non Instruction Source (see DL 9-12) 58 8.1
Destinations, List of. Appendix 2.    
Destination 0 31 5.13
Destination Triggers. 14 4.7
Discrimination. 17, 32 4.11, 5.14
Division 6, 49 2.5, 6.10
   division by 2. 5, 34, 45 2.3, 6.2, 6.7
Double-length Arithmetic. 44 6.6
Double-length Stores. 10 3.1.2
Double Transfer. 28 5.8
Dummy Instruction. 46 6.8
     
Fixed numbers. 34, 14 6.1, 4.5
Form of Instruction. 13, 24 4.2, 5.3
Functional Sources. 13, 34, 45 4.4, 6.2, 6.7
Hollerith Timing, Appendix 1.    

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Initial Card. 60 8.3
Initial Input. 56 8.1
Initial Instructions. 56 8
Input and Output. 15 4.8
  Operation of Punch and Reader. 38 6.3
Input Dynamisiser (I.D.) 15, 39 4.8, 6.3
Initial Input to Magnetic Drum Store. 58 8.2
Instruction.    
  dummy 46 6.8
  form of 13, 24 4.2, 5.3
  Initial 56 8
  Magnetic Drum 11, 41 3.3, 6.4
  Modification 30 5.12
  Next 17 4.10
  Requirements 24 5.2
  Stop 22, 38 4.17, 6.3
  Word 24 5.3
Introduction. 1 1
     
Large Programmes. 61, 58 8.5, 8.2
Library Sub-routines. 55 7.3
Link. 53 7.1
Logical Operations. 34 6.2
Long Transfer. 19, 28 4.13, 5.9
Loop. 15 4.9
  Counting cycles of repetitive loops. 20 4.16
     
Magnetic Drum Instructions. 41 6.4
Magnetic Store. 11 3.3
Marker digit. 36 6.2(b)
Minor Cycles. 10 3.2
Modifications of Instructions. 30 5.12
Multiplication. 6, 46 2.4, 6.8
  signed 47 6.9
  by 2 5, 34, 44 2.3, 6.2, 6.6

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Next Instruction. 17 4.10
Non Instruction source (see DL 9-12) 58 8.1
# "Non equivalent". 34 6.2
Numbering of minor cycles. 10 3.2
     
"Ones" (Source 31). 34 6.2
Operation of Punch and Reader. 38 6.3
Order of a Sub-Routine. 54 7.2
Output. 15 4.8
Output Staticiser. 38 6.3
     
P1, P17, P32. (Source 27-29) 34 6.1
P54 39 6.3
Parameter. 40 6.3
Programme Examples.    
  Successive Squares. 15, 20 4.9, 4.16
  Programmed division. 35 6.2
  Square root. 37 6.2
  Punch out 128 results & read in more data. 40 6.3
  Signed Multiplication. 47 6.9
  Division using automatic divider. 49 6.10
     
Quadruple Stores. 10 3.1.3
'Quasi' minol cycle numbers. 31 5.13
     
Remainder after division. 49 6.10
Replacement Transfer. 13, 9 4.1, 3.1
Representation of Numbers.    
  Binary Notation. 3 2.1
  Signed Convention. 4 2.2
  Static Representation. 7 2.6
  Serial Representation. 8 2.7
Round off. 49 6.9 (1)
Running In. 61 8.4

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Serial Representation. 8 2.7
Set-up Minor Cycle. 25 5.5
"Shift". 5, 34, 44 2.3, 6.2, 6.6,
  45, 49, 6.7, 6.9 (k)
Sign Correction. 47 6.9
Signed Convention. 4 2.2
Signed Multiplication. 47 6.9
Single Shots. 22, 38 4.18, 6.3
Single Transfer. 26 5.7
Source 22. 45 6.7
Source 23-31. 34 6.1, 6.2
Source and Destinations,List of, Appendix 2.    
Static Representation. 7 2.6
Stop Instructions. 22, 38 4.17, 6.3
Stop Key. 23 4.19
Storage, Delay-Line. 9 3.1
  Delay Lines. 10 3.1.4
  Temporary Stores. 10 3.1.1
  Double Length Stores. 10 3.1.2
  Quadruple Stores. 10 3.1.3
  Magnetic. 11, 41 3.3, 6.4
Sub-Routines. 53, 54 7.1, 7.2
Subtraction. 13, 44 4.3, 6.6
     
Temporary Stores. 10 3.1.1
T.I.L. 39 6.3
Time of Computation. 29 5.11
Timing Section. 26 5.6
Transfer, double. 28 5.8
  for a particular minor cycle. 20, 26 4.15, 5.7
  long. 19, 28 4.13, 5.9
  replacement. 13, 9 4.1, 3.1
  single. 26, 20 5.7, 4.15
Triggers. 14 4.7
Trigger T.C.A. 42 6.5
Trigger T.C.B. 44 6.6
T.S. Count. 10, 24 3.11, 5.1
     
Wait Number. 26, 30 5.6 - 5.11
     
"Zeros" (Source 30) 34 6.1

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