DUAL32, DUAL-28K Assembler
Author: John R. Raines, Northwestern University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois
DUAL32 derives from DUAL. In addition to the features of DUAL, it has: nestable conditional assemblies, nestable literals, special character for PAL8 compatibility, larger l/O buffers for reduced LINCtape motion, larger symbol table (roughly 2000 symbols), improved listing control for chained assemblies, and provision for producing multi-LISTAPE listings.
Minimum Hardware: DIAL-MS Configuration, ASR35 preferable, EAE
Source Language: DUAL (DECUS NO. 12-120a)
Catalog: July 1974