110396     DXEBSC: Floppy Disk Utility  Version: November 1979
Submitted by: Malcolm C. Maddy, Libbey-Owens-Ford Technical Center,
Toledo, OH
Operating System: RSX-11M V2.0 min.  Source Language: MACRO-11
Hardware Required: RX01 or RX02  Keywords: Conversions, IBM, Utilities
- RSX-11
Abstract: DXEBSC is an RSX-11 task that can read sectors of text
from a single density, one-sided floppy written by an
IBM machine. It converts the EBCIDIC to ASCII and
transfers the resulting text via FILES-11 to wherever
the user chooses. The user specifies the sequential
sectors to be read from the floppy disk. The sources for
two tabbing editors are included: RETAB for Assembler
source text, and FTEDIT for FORTRAN source text.
Notes: DXEBSC will produce variable length format records even
when, in fact, the records are of fixed length. Assembly
requires a macro library whose macros in source form are
included. IO.SEC, used by device DY:, will come up
undefined under V2.0. That should be of no consequence.
INFO.TXT on the floppy contains suggestions for getting
the modules assembled and the tasks built.
Media (Service Charge Code): One RX01 Diskette (KA)  Format: FILES-11,
600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: FILES-11

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