This is a Visual Studio project to help with troubleshooting Microsoft Visual Basic and Microsoft Visual C++ applications, and to help introduce.NET.
Step 1: Unzip the entire compressed package to a folder of your choice.
Step 2: Go to the main Visual Batch folder: C:\Program Files\VisualBatch\VisualBatch\
Step 3: Click the VisualBatch.bat file.
Step 4: A window will open. Click Yes and VisualBatch will launch. You can click Options and use your mouse to click the various options that will take you to the “Settings” screen. You can even add your own options.
+ RunTasks – The names of the *.vbat and *.bat commands that are contained in the main folder.
+ RunTasksRun – The names of the *.vbat and *.bat commands that are contained in the main folder. The words Run are capitalized and there is a space after them, this tells Visual Batch to execute the *.vbat and *.bat command.
+ SetMainFolder – The main folder that contains the *.vbat and *.bat files. You can edit the values of SetMainFolder, SetMainFolderFolder, SetMainFolderFolderFolder, and SetMainFolderFolderFolderFolder.
+ SetOutputPath – The name of the folder that contains the.exe file when it is built. You can edit the values of SetOutputPath, SetOutputPathFolder, SetOutputPathFolderFolder, and SetOutputPathFolderFolderFolder.
+ ShowStartUp – This option will show the main window of Visual Batch when you run Visual Batch.
+ ShowMessages – This option will show messages from *.vbat and *.bat commands that are executed. You can edit the value of ShowMessages.
+ EnableFastLoad – This option will help with debugging of code and scripts. This option will make the code load faster.
+ LoadSecondaries – This option will load the secondary files with the *.vbat and *.bat commands. You can edit the value of LoadSecondaries.
+ ShowStat – This option will show execution statistics of *.vbat and *.bat commands. You can edit the value of ShowStat.
+ ShowDisassembly – This option will show the disassembly of the *.vbat and *.bat commands that are executed. You can edit the value of ShowDis eea19f52d2
The first MIPS R3000 is a MIPS R3000 4-stage pipeline model. It is the simplest jMIPS processor. All the registers are dedicated and all the instructions are ALU instructions.
The second model MIPS R3000 adds a R3000 branch instruction to the first one. It is a MIPS R3000 4-stage pipeline model with a hardware branch prediction mechanism.
The third model MIPS R3000 5-stage pipeline model has a better pipelining factor than the first two models. It can execute program instructions using five stages. It is the first MIPS R3000 5-stage pipeline model, with hardware implementation of Branch prediction and full register file.
The fourth model MIPS R3000 6-stage pipeline model with software branch prediction. It is a MIPS R3000 6-stage pipeline model. It can execute program instructions using six stages. It is the first MIPS R3000 6-stage pipeline model with hardware branch prediction.
The fifth model MIPS R3000 8-stage pipeline model is a MIPS R3000 8-stage pipeline model. It can execute program instructions using eight stages. It is the first MIPS R3000 8-stage pipeline model. It is also the first MIPS R3000 8-stage pipeline model with a hardware branch prediction mechanism.
The final model MIPS R3000 12-stage pipeline model is a MIPS R3000 12-stage pipeline model with a hardware branch prediction mechanism. It is the last MIPS R3000 12-stage pipeline model. It is the first MIPS R3000 12-stage pipeline model. It has twelve pipelining stages.
The instruction mnemonics are for example: D, W, or.
The address mnemonics are for example: a, b, d, m, or r.
The mnemonics for instructions are for example: add, set, and, not, sub, or, xor, and, and instructions.
Instruction, register and address mnemonics are sometimes represented in the same line.
There are four conditional instruction and four instructions for logical operations.
Instructions are executed in a machine cycle