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An assembler with macros written at MIT. First for the TX-0, then ported to the PDP-1, and then to the AI Lab PDP-6. The primary assembler in ITS.

Due to the popularity of some ITS applications such as Maclisp and MacHack VI, MIDAS was ported over to other PDP-10 operating systems in order to assemble those applications.

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