EDITOR - A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR DOCUMENTATION PURPOSES
PICATINNY ARSENAL DOVER NJ DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS OFFICE
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The report describes the application of an editing program called EDITOR for documentation purposes. This program was written in FORTRAN IV language for the IBM 36065 digital computer and requires a total memory length of 20,582 bytes. The EDITOR program permits the user to have his reports typed on an IBM 1403 highspeed printer. All text editing instructions line spacing, underlining, centering, page numbering, etc... are passed to the EDITOR Program by means of Alpha Numerical codes punched in Column 1 of the input data cards. The data cards contain the text of the report, having been punched from FORTRAN coding sheets upon which the author has written his report.
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