MIMOLA

The MIMOLA Language Reference Manual - Version 4.0. MIMOLA (machine independent microprogramming language) is a computer language supporting design, test and programming of digital computers. MIMOLA can be used to describe digital computer hardware, behavior of digital hardware modules, information required for linking behavioral and structural domains, programs at a PASCAL-like level, programs at the level of register transfers and initial simulation stimuli.


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