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<h1>Contents</h1>
<h1>
  Introduction</h1>
<h1>
  0.0 General informations</h1>
<h2>
  0.1 Performance of programming systems</h2>
<h2>
  0.2 Our terminology</h2>
<h2>
  0.3 On chapter titles</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 1. The Algol 1204 Language</h1>
<h2>
  1.0 Relation of Algol 1204 and international algorithmic language Algol 60</h2>
<h2>
  1.1 Algol 1204 character set</h2>
<h2>
  1.2 Spaces and New Line Codes</h2>
<h2>
  1,3 Crossed and Underlined Symbols</h2>
<h2>
  1.4 Comments</h2>
<h2>
  1.5 Multi-tape Programs and Data</h2>
<h2>
  1.6 Control Characters of OPTIMA Typewriter</h2>
<h2>
  1.7 Storage of Information in the Compiled Program</h2>
<h2>
  1.8 tape and drum symbols</h2>
<h2>
  1.9 Independent translation of procedures</h2>
<h2>
  1,10 Effect of the tape command</h2>
<h2>
  1.11 Effect of the drum command</h2>
<h2>
  1.12 Code segmentation</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 2. Resolution in Algol 1204 of the more important ambiguities of Algol 60</h1>
<h2>
  2.0 General comments</h2>
<h2>
  2.1 own variables</h2>
<h2>
  2.2 Scope of standard names</h2>
<h2>
  2.3 Conditional statement</h2>
<h2>
  2.4 Conditional expression</h2>
<h2>
  2.5 Simple expressions</h2>
<h2>
  2.6 for statement</h2>
<h2>
  2.7 Repetition of the formal parameters</h2>
<h2>
  2.8 Matching of the actual parameter and the formal parameter declaration</h2>
<h2>
  2.9 Declaration of label parameter as own</h2>
<h2>
  2.10 Function name as procedure instruction</h2>
<h2>
  2.11 Value of a procedure</h2>
<h2>
  2.12 Assignment into procedure name</h2>
<h2>
  2.13 Order of evaluation of the own parameters</h2>
<h2>
  2.14 Procedure side effects</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 3. Standard procedures and variables</h1>
<h2>
  3.0 General comments</h2>
<h2>
  3.1 Syntax of input numbers</h2>
<h2>
  3.2 Standard mathematical functions</h2>
<h2>
  3.3 Procedure ref</h2>
<h2>
  3.4 Procedure key</h2>
<h2>
  3.5 Procedure setinput – selection of input channel</h2>
<h2>
  3.6 Procedure read</h2>
<h2>
  3.7 Procedures ininteger and inreal</h2>
<h2>
  3.8 Procedure inchar</h2>
<h2>
  3.9 Procedure instring – input of a string</h2>
<h2>
  3.10 Procedure setoutput – selection of output channel</h2>
<h2>
  3.11 Procedure outchar – single character output</h2>
<h2>
  3.12 Procedure space – output of spaces</h2>
<h2>
  3.13 Procedure line – output of newline codes</h2>
<h2>
  3.14 Procedure outstring – output of a string</h2>
<h2>
  3.15 Procedure print</h2>
<h2>
  3.16 Procedure format</h2>
<h2>
  3.17 (D) Line printer</h2>
<h2>
  3.18 Procedures wait and stop</h2>
<h2>
  3.19 Standard variables lastchar, lastinteger, lastreal, time and drumplace</h2>
<h2>
  3.20 Procedures copy and exch</h2>
<h2>
  3.21 (D) procedures todrum and fromdrum</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 4. Examples of  Algol 1204 Programs</h1>
<h2>
  4.0 General comments</h2>
<h2>
  4.1 Conditional output of debugging results</h2>
<h2>
  4.2 Reading of data with repetitions</h2>
<h2>
  4.3 Reading of logical values</h2>
<h2>
  4.4 Minimal Format Output of Integers</h2>
<h2>
  4.5 I/O of data series of unknown length</h2>
<h2>
  4.6 Comparison of two sort methods</h2>
<h2>
  4.7 Timing of fast operations</h2>
<h2>
  4.8 Timing without repetitions</h2>
<h2>
  4.9 Printing of a function family</h2>
<h2>
  4.10 (D) Sorting of objects</h2>
<h2>
  4.11 Switching between P and A keyboards</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 5. Principles of code optimization</h1>
<h2>
  5.0 General comments</h2>
<h2>
  5.1 More important timing results</h2>
<h2>
  5.2 Optimization of simplest code fragments</h2>
<h2>
  5.3 Indexed variables</h2>
<h2>
  5.4 General principle of optimization of execution statements</h2>
<h2>
  5.5 for statement</h2>
<h2>
  5.6 Conditional statement and expression</h2>
<h2>
  5.7 Non-standard functions and procedures</h2>
<h2>
  5.8 Recursive procedures</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 6. Odra 1204 assembler in Algol 1204</h1>
<h2>
  6.0 General informations</h2>
<h2>
  6.1 Machine registers and structure of binary instruction</h2>
<h2>
  6.2 Machine number representation</h2>
<h2>
  6.3 Execution scheme for an instruction</h2>
<h2>
  6.4 Schemes of conditional flags</h2>
<h2>
  6.5 Rules for substitution of addresses into actual parameters of standard procedures</h2>
<h2>
  6.6 Jump instructions</h2>
<h2>
  6.7 Instructions for short-word operations</h2>
<h2>
  6.8 Instructions for long word operations</h2>
<h2>
  6.9 Shift instructions</h2>
<h2>
  6.10 Instructions testing conditions</h2>
<h2>
  6.11 Modification instructions</h2>
<h2>
  6.12 skw instructions</h2>
<h2>
  6.13 Comments on usage of standard procedures</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 7. Examples of assembler usage</h1>
<h2>
  7.0 General comments</h2>
<h2>
  7.1 Checking of available dynamic memory</h2>
<h2>
  7.2 Checking of available drum space</h2>
<h2>
  7.3 Multiplication of the long integer by a short integer</h2>
<h2>
  7.4 Octal output of machine words</h2>
<h2>
  7.5 Minimal format output of integers</h2>
<h2>
  7.6 Code optimization</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 8. Debugging and correction of programs</h1>
<h2>
  8.0 General comments</h2>
<h2>
  8.1 Translation errors</h2>
<h2>
  8.2 Scheme of grammar remembered by the translator</h2>
<h2>
  8.3 Output of standard symbols unavailable on P keyboard</h2>
<h2>
  8.4 Run-time errors</h2>
<h2>
  8.5 Undetected errors</h2>
<h2>
  8.6 Dynamic and retroactive trace</h2>
<h2>
  8.7 Correction and copying of programs aided by the translator</h2>
<h2>
  8.8 Breakpoints and line numbering</h2>
<h2>
  8.9 Form of the list of program corrections</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 9. Computer and its translators</h1>
<h2>
  9.0 Typical hardware configurations of  Odra 1204</h2>
<h2>
  9.1 (M)  A and B translators and run time library PP</h2>
<h2>
  9.2 (D)  D translator</h2>
<h2>
  9.3 Running of translators and binary programs</h2>
<h2>
  9.4 Explanation of system, translator and run-time messages</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 10. MASON and MASON(D) operating systems</h1>
<h2>
  10.0 Introductory remarks</h2>
<h2>
  10.1 OS input and control</h2>
<h2>
  10.2 Typing of commands</h2>
<h2>
  10.3 Operation of peripheral devices</h2>
<h2>
  10.4 System status and acceptability of commands</h2>
<h2>
  10.5 (D) Partitioning of drum memory</h2>
<h2>
  10.6 Loading of MASON(D) OS to drum</h2>
<h2>
  10.7 (D) System library</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 11. Indexes</h1>
<h2>
  11.0 Character codes</h2>
<h2>
  11.1 Commands for Algol 1204 translator</h2>
<h2>
  11.2 Explanation of error messages</h2>
<h2>
  11.3 Pause signals from translators and programs</h2>
<h2>
  11.4 Default meaning of 0,1,2,3 and 4 panel keys in Algol 1204</h2>
<h2>
  11.5 MASON and MASON(D) commands</h2>
<h2>
  11.6 Initial memory block in Algol 1204</h2>
<h1>
  Chapter 12. Specialized versions of Algol 1204</h1>
<h2>
  12.0 General Comments</h2>
<h2>
  12.1 DISP Algol 1204</h2>
<h2>
  12.2 Translator D-COAN</h2>
<h1>
  References</h1>
<h1>
  Index of names, symbols and messages</h1>
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