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Simulation einer Registermaschine in JAVA

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  • Kompletter, einfacher Registermaschinenbefehlssatz, übereinstimmend mit den Lehrwerken zur Oberstufe im G8
  • Integrierter Editor: Programme schrieben, testen und ausführen; Alles in einem Programm
  • Crossplattform: Mac OSX, Windows und Linux kompatibel, kein Startscript, einfach die Datei ausführen
  • Highlighting der abzuarbeitenden Zeilen, Farbliche Markierung von Fehlern


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Intended Audience

Information Technology, Science/Research, Education, Advanced End Users

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Java Swing

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