QNANSWER, QANDATTY, SUPRSHUF
Author: Ronald W. Wood, University of Rochester School of Medicine,
Rochester, New York
A. QNANSWER retrieves information from the QANDA
(DEC-12-FISA-D) answer buffer, ignoring terminal null
values. The program accepts 8's and 9's as octal 10's and
11's. Each question field within a display is limited to a
maximum of four characters. The program occupies. 38(10)
locations, B16 and B17.
B. QANDATTY prints QANDA (DEC--12-FISA-D) displays
and user responses on the teletype. The program occupies
102(10) memory locations and utilizes Beta registers 2 through
6. It provides the user the option of printing several display
lines to the teletype line.
C. SUPRSHUF shuffles data with a pseudo-random algorithm
which repeats every 512 non-zero input data points.
Tape contains source files for QNANSWER and QANDATTY;
cor binary and source files for SUPRSHUF.
Minimum Hardware: 4K PDP-12, TTY, scope, 2 tape
Other Programs Needed: QANDA (DEC-12-FISA-D)
Source Language: DIAL-MS
Catalog: July 1974