tom at khubla.com
Mon Oct 21 12:10:31 AEST 2019
ok so the ald command does go on the image then: its a legit command
Bob Supnik via pdp7-unix wrote on 2019-10-20 7:45 PM:
> It's probably a CR01B; I doubt if Bell could afford a Type 421.
> The CR01B was a complete POS. It sensed the punched holes with little
> mechanical fingers with starred wheels on the end that either went
> through and made contact (1) or did not (0). It required constant
> attention from Field Service.
> Do we need a CR simulator? I fervently hope not.
> On 10/20/2019 8:23 PM, Phil Budne via pdp7-unix wrote:
>> Tom wrote:
>>> Does anyone know what "ald" does?
>> Looks to me like it's reading binary punched cards.
>> It gets some card read-related system addresses,
>> and defines an I/O instruction:
>> crsb = 0706744
>> which is defined on page 96 of
>> to select card reader "column binary" mode, reading the rows of each
>> column in as a 12 bit number.
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