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  • BS 7302:1990

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    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Withdrawn date:  20-04-2012

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1990

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Table of Contents - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Committees responsible
    National foreword
    1. Scope
    2. Definitions
    3. References
    4. Introduction
    4.1 Commands
    4.2 Free-form syntax
    5. Basic constructions
    5.1 Notation used for syntax definitions
    5.2 Elementary syntactic objects
    6. Expressions
    6.1 Types of operands
    6.2 Functions with no operands
    6.3 Monadic operators and functions
    6.4 Dyadic operators and functions
    6.5 Data manipulation operations
    6.6 Other operations
    7. Variables
    7.1 G-variable (execution starting address)
    7.2 I-variables (external definition - symbol values)
    7.3 L-variables (low limit)
    7.4 N-variables (name)
    7.5 P-variables (load pointer)
    7.6 R-variables (relocation reference)
    7.7 S-variables (section size)
    7.8 W-variables (working register)
    7.9 X-variables (external symbol reference)
    8. Module-level commands
    8.1 MB (module begin) command
    8.2 ME (module end) command
    8.3 DT (date and time of creation) command
    8.4 AD (address descriptor) command
    9. Comments and checksum
    9.2 CS (checksum) command
    10. Sectioning
    10.1 SB (section begin) command
    10.2 ST (section type) command
    10.3 SA (section alignment) command
    11. Symbolic name and type declaration
    11.1 NI (name of internal symbol) command
    11.2 NX (name of external symbol) command
    11.3 NN (name) command
    11.4 AT (attributes) command
    11.5 (type) command
    12. AS (assignment) command
    13. Loading commands
    13.1 LD (load) command
    13.2 IR (initialize relocation base) command
    13.3 LR (load relocate) command
    13.4 RE (replicate) command
    14. Linkage edition
    14.1 RI (retain internal symbol) command
    14.2 WX (weak external symbol) command
    15. Libraries
    15.1 LI (specify default library search list) command
    15.2 LX (library external) command
    16. MUFOM kernal
    17. Binary format
    18. Bibliography
    A. Collected syntax
    B. Suggested binary encoding
    C. Command and variable usage by processes

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    Describes the format of linkable, relocatable, and absolute object modules for binary computers of arbitrary word size and architecture. Does not specify the source language features to be supported by way of MUFOM modules; the structure of relocatable code libraries; the format of the optional binary equivalent; algorithms for linking, relocating and loading; the architecture of the host machine and the architecture of the target machine, including word size, size of memory, memory organization or instruction format. Covers definitions, references, introduction, commands, free-form syntax, basic constructions, notation used for syntax definitions, elementary syntactic objects, expressions, types of operands, functions with no operands and much more.

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    Committee IST/39
    Development Note Also numbered as IEC 60975 Supersedes 89/66390 DC (09/2005)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Withdrawn

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    ISO 3307:1975 Information interchange — Representations of time of the day
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