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M6800 microprocessor programming manual
Motorola Semiconductor Products, Inc.
Document, 1976
102790117

Digital type
Autologic, Incorporated
Document, undated
102789998

CM5 technical summary
Thinking Machines Corporation
Document, 1992-11
102790116

Mail reference manual

Document, 1980
102789988

Berkeley font catalog

Document, 1980-10
102789995

A110 adapter reference manual
Network Systems Corporation
Document, 1981
102790093

The sentinel debugging environment
Virtual Technology, Inc.
Document, 1993
102790119

UNIX for beginners
Bell Laboratories
Document, 1980
102789966

Convex CXdb concepts
Convex Computer Corp.
Document, 1991-05
102790115

SDS SIGMA computer systems/interface design manual
Scientific Data Systems (SDS)
Document, 1968-03
102789956

A220 adapter reference manual
Network Systems Corporation
Document, 1980-03-15
102790092

A222 adapter reference manual
Network Systems Corporation
Document, 1982-10-01
102790097

TBL : a program to format tables
Bell Laboratories
Document, ca. 1976
102789975

CDC Cyber 200 operating system version 1, volume 1
Control Data Corporation
Document, 1980
102790054

Vector processing on the Cyber 200
Control Data Corporation
Document, 1979
102790112

Heterogeneous Element Processor (HEP) principles of operation
Denelcor, Inc.
Document, 1981-04
102790061

UNIX programmer's manual - seventh edition, volumes 2A and 2B
Bell Laboratories
Document, 1979-01
102789999

XDS Sigma 2 computer reference manual
Xerox Data Systems, Inc. (XDS)
Document, 1969-12
102789932

UNIX Assembler reference manual

Document, ca. 1976
102789993

Packet data communications volume I
Future Systems, Inc.; Digital Communications Corp.
Document, 1977-05
102790089