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  • These machines were variable word length commercial machines, as were many of the computers for which an Autocoder was released.
  • It lacked Autocoder's features and was generally used only on machines that lacked tape drives ( punched-card only ).
  • The most well known Autocoder is that of the IBM 1401, undoubtedly due in part to the general success of that series of machines.
  • Autocoder was the primary language of this computer, and its macro capabilities supported use of the Input / Output Control System which eased the programming burden.
  • Besides the 702 and 705, there eventually also were Autocoders for the IBM 7010, NCR's " National's Electronic Autocoder Technique " ( NEAT ).
  • Autocoder did implement a new feature : the byte mark, a single character which served to delimit a block of memory of any size, or a tape file.
  • The term " autocoder " needs to be distinguished from " autocode ", a term of the same era which was used in the UK for languages of a higher level.
  • :: See Autocode, Autocoder for old programming languages which claimed to do 1950's style " coding " automatically . . . talk ) 15 : 25, 23 March 2011 ( UTC)
  • A copy of the source programs for SPS-1, SPS-2 and Autocoder was donated to the Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, by Gary Mokotoff, author of SPS and coauthor of Autocoder.
  • A copy of the source programs for SPS-1, SPS-2 and Autocoder was donated to the Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, by Gary Mokotoff, author of SPS and coauthor of Autocoder.
  • The 8000-character model was the minimum needed to run Autocoder; a binary file ( on punched cards ) could be produced on an 8000-character model which could then be run on a 4000-character machine.
  • Other languages of the era included ALGOL and Autocoder and a few years later PL / I . Assembler and COBOL were more common in mainframe business operations ( System / 360 models 30 and above ) and RPG more commonly used by customers who were in transition from tabulating equipment ( System / 360 model 20 ).
  • Both terms derive from the phrase " automatic coding ", which referred generally to programs which eased the burden of producing the numeric machine language codes of programs . ( " Autocoding " is seen occasionally, and can refer to any kind of programming system . ) In some circles " autocoder " could be used in a rather generic way to refer to what is now called a macro-assembler.