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If the machine executes 200,000 instructions per second, how many times could
this character be sent to the printer in ... The following are instructions written in
the machine language described in Appendix B. Translate them into English. a.
Although the actual hardware responds only to its machine language instructions
and "thinks" in terms of bits, with the addition of an operating system the machine
is able to respond intelligently to our requests such as to retrieve and execute ...
It was not long, however, before this translation process was recognized as a
straightforward procedure that could be performed by the machine itself.
Consequently, the use of mnemonics was formalized into a programming
language called ...
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PART ONE Machine Architecture
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