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Deploy code to computer program guidance for the Apollo 11 mission to the site Github
Published on the Internet this week , the regime responsible for the mission Apollo 11 , or what is known as computational guidance program for AGC Apollo, a task responsible for the first landing of man on the moon.
This comes after the Chris Gary former apprentice within NASA NASA space in the July 7 current download code for the Apollo program directed fully to the site post the code for the millions of programmers GitHub Github.
It began coders within hours dissected and detailed code, and search in particular in the accompanying comments of the code to program computer guidance to Apollo AGC started by programmers regime indigenous, where is the commented code as a plain description in English of the task being performed programmatically.
The programmers Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology have done in the mid-sixties to develop space flight program Apollo program 11, was not at that time the technology needed for the program existed, so I had to invent them.
And it gave programmers a new way to store computer programs, called “rope memory”, and have created a special version of the assembly programmable assembly Assembly language.
The assembly language version of assembly easy for humans to read the interview to machine language that make up the commands executed by the computer, and represent the machine language of a sequence of bits are bits represents a computer process or order of the computer.
It should be noted the programmers Massachusetts Institute of Technology have thousands of lines of code in assembly language for the computer guidance to Apollo AGC program.
The following picture shows Margaret Hamilton, director of software engineering project, standing beside the sheets that contain the code for the computer program guidance.Viewing:-67
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