# RA6800ML: An M6800 relocatable macro assembler (A PAPERBYTE by Jack E Hemenway

By Jack E Hemenway

An M6800 Relocatable MacroAssembler is a go assembler for the Motorola 6800 microprocessor. it truly is designed to run on a minimal method of 16K bytes of reminiscence, a method console (such as a Teletype terminal), a procedure video display (for example, the Motorola MIKBUG learn in basic terms reminiscence application or the ICOM Floppy Disk working System), and a few kind of mass dossier garage (dual cassette recorders or a floppy disk). incorporated during this ebook is a whole description of the 6800 meeting language and its parts, together with outlines of the guideline and tackle codecs, pseudo directions, and macro amenities; information on interfacing and utilizing the Assembler; mistakes messages generated by means of the Assembler; the Assembler and pattern IO motive force resource code listings; and the Paperbyte bar code illustration of the Assembler's relocatable item dossier.

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If H is empty, the lemma is trivial. If H has no vertices, we can create two vertices by a 0 → 2 move. Encircle each vertex of H by a closed curve: this set of n curves intersects H at most 4n times and decomposes S into n blocks of the ﬁrst type and a surface S whose Euler characteristic is χ(S) − n. If H = H ∩ S contains parallel edges, we apply O(n) 0 → 2-moves in order to replace each set of parallel edges by a single edge branching only in the neighborhood of ∂S . Then we add one curve per component of ∂S in order to enclose all these trivalent vertices in annular regions.

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