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GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprotectorMarc Clifton19-May-13 16:33 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" Pinmemberdusty_dex19-May-13 11:00 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprotectorMarc Clifton19-May-13 11:43 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" Pinmemberdusty_dex19-May-13 12:02 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprotectorMarc Clifton19-May-13 12:17 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinmemberNemanja Trifunovic20-May-13 2:32 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinmemberFranc Morales20-May-13 2:49 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinmemberForogar20-May-13 4:52 
City & Guilds Assembler - a training language implemented via an interpreter on a Mainframe at Manchester University. It was only for learning the concepts and not used for "real" programming. We had to write the code out on coding sheets and then transcribe it onto a paper tape punch (using "run-out", and post processing using a hand punch, scissors and sticky tape for error correction) then connect the Teletype via an acoustic coupler (after school at 6 PM when the telephone rates were cheaper) and send the code through. The teacher did all the logging on and setting up for our code, we then each got to run our little length of tape through, one at a time - and got the results back within seconds (occasionally minutes) - amazing!
- I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.

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