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OSI 6500 Assembler/Editor

From the preface:

'The OSI 6500 Assembler/Editor provides assembly language programming capability that is fully format compatible with the standard MOS Technology assembly language. Therefore, all existing standard 6500 programs can be directly assembled without changes and the OSI Assembler is compatible with all existing MOS Technology 6500 documentation. The Assembler is easy to use and provides your choice of a full assembly listing, an errors-only
listing, an object tape listing or an assembly of machine code directly to memory. The Editor provides easy-to-use, line-oriented file entry and editing with commands for selective source file printout, deletion of lines, re-numbering of lines and unlimited insertions between existing lines.'

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH44036. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

OSI 6500 Assembler/Editor

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