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By Donald E. Knuth

MMIX is a RISC machine designed via Don Knuth to demonstrate machine-level features of programming. within the author's e-book sequence "The paintings of machine Programming", MMIX replaces the 1960s-style computer combine. a specific aim within the layout of MMIX was once to maintain its computer language basic, based, and simple to profit. whilst, all the complexities had to in attaining excessive functionality in perform are taken into account.
This booklet constitutes a set of courses written in CWEB that make MMIX a digital fact. between different utilities, an assembler changing MMIX symbolic documents to MMIX gadgets and simulators executing the courses in given item records are supplied. the most recent model of all courses could be downloaded from MMIX's domestic web page. The e-book presents an entire documentation of the MMIX desktop and its meeting language. It additionally provides mini-indexes, which make the courses a lot more uncomplicated to understand.

A corrected reprint of the publication has been released in August 2014, exchanging the model of 1999.

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