BINREAD (Revised Version)

Geoffrey Chase, Portsmouth Abbey School, Portsmouth,
Rhode Island

Disassembles binary object tapes, giving an octal listing of all
field and address codes, and of the data/instructions which
follow them. Data are arranged in 8-line paragraphs, facilitating
address counting. The format is familiar and legible;
the execution is rapid. In addition, certain errors are checked
for; if found, the computer halts after typing ? . The tape
checksum is read and printed out; it is followed by a computed
checksum which should agree with it.

Minimum Hardware:
4K PDP-8, ASR33
Storage Requirement:
8/E: 4000-4310; 8/I etc:
Source Language:

Catalog: July 1973