An implementation of Michigan Algorithmic Decoder, and its manual.
This program is a work of reconstructive archeology, a compiler for the Michigan Algorithmic Decoder (MAD) language from 1959-1962. It first translates MAD code into C, then uses the local C compiler to make an executable binary. It includes both a complete transcription of the original MAD manual and 100dpi scans of the original.
|mad-1.1.tar.gz||gzipped source tarball|
|mad.html||HTML rendering of mad.1|
The project repository is at https://gitlab.com/esr/mad.
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