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'[EE]: Indirect Addressing, was Re: BCD time-of-day'
2002\10\08@034843 by Alan B. Pearce

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>There was also an "indirect" bit that meant "once you
>get a memory address, look in that memory location
>for ANOTHER set of index/offset/indirect bits and do
>the "effective address calculation" AGAIN to find the
>next memory address to look at.  Repeat as
>many times as you want.

Did you have dealings with QANTEL computers Bill ?

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2002\10\08@184015 by Tony Nixon

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"Alan B. Pearce" wrote:
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> Did you have dealings with QANTEL computers Bill ?

Just yesterday I found an old VAX computer and an even older one under a
stair case here at the uni.

The LED display looks like something that came out of the "Seaview"
submarine in Voyage to The Bottom of the Sea.

Data recall rate is specified at 240mS and "ultra fast" recovery is
80mS.

The data was stored as an inertial pulse (or something) in a large coil
of wire.


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