IBM Data Processing Division, White Plains, NY 1964-1965; approx 145 pages in 7 manuals, double-column text, appendices, diagrams and photographs.
Condition: Very good or better condition, 8.45x11 orange-red with white borders, cardstock covers, three-hole punched at margins, stapled bindings; all clean and secure bindings, light small underlines in first darker red manual. A nice collection of IBM-issued Student Text System/360 instruction manuals.
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Item DescriptionSeven (7) instruction manuals for the System/360 -- includes
1) Introductory Notes; 2) IBM System/360 Decimal Operations; 3) Introduction to Assembly Language Programming; 4) IBM System/360 Logical Operations on characters and bits; 5) Programming with Base Registers and the USING Instruction; 6) Edit, Translate and Execute Instructions; 7) IBM System/360 Subroutines and Subprograms.