This section describes features of the assembler that are specific to the target computer.
The assembler can assemble code for several different members of the MIL-STD-1750 family. The default is to assemble code for the MIL-STD-1750A. The following options may be used to change the default. These options control which instructions and addressing modes are permitted. The members of the MIL-STD-1750 family are very similar. For detailed information about the differences, see the draft military standard MIL-STD-1750B, which covers both the 1750A and the 1750B, or see your 1750 vendor's literature.
Assemble for the 1750A with no expanded memory. (the default)
Assemble for the 1750B with all instruction options but no expanded memory.
Assemble for the GEC-Plessey MA31750 in 1750B mode.
Support expanded memory.
Do not support expanded memory.
Permit 1750B optional mathematical instructions.
Permit 1750B optional long loads and stores.
Permit 1750B optional unsigned arithmetic, load, and store byte instructions.
Reject 1750B optional mathematical instructions.
Reject 1750B optional long loads and stores.
Reject 1750B optional unsigned arithmetic, load, and store byte instructions.