Simple URM simulations
URM (Unlimited Register Machine) is a theoretical machine which has unlimited memory. It is used to describe that anything that can be programmed with four basic instructions can also be programmed with any other programming language.
Use four basic instructions (Zero, Successor, Transfer, Jump) to program any other operator or function, since things like subtraction are not included!
- Executes URM code correctly
- Ability to load a file
- Ability to manually set initial values
- When in debug mode, shows the result after each instruction
- Upon finishing, shows the state of all the used registers
- Has sythax highlighting
Get it on AppCenter
Get URM Simulator and more on elementary AppCenter, the open, pay-what-you-can app store for indie developers. Every app is open source and has been reviewed and curated by elementary to ensure a native, privacy-respecting, and secure experience.
Note: This app is only available for elementary OS 5.1 Hera. If you’re on elementary OS 6 Odin, it will not appear in AppCenter. You can reach out to the developer and ask that they update it for OS 6.
1.3.3 – Jul 23, 2019
First Juno Release
- Fixed issues with the project, which made it possible to publish to AppCenter again. Big thanks to Ryo Nakano!
1.3.2 – Jul 1, 2018
- Fixed issues with Debian packaging.
1.3.1 – Jun 29, 2018
- Views are now scrollable.
- Basic input checking has been added.
1.3.0 – Feb 12, 2018
No More Freezes
- Text files can now be opened.
- Execution cap is added, to avoid freezing.
- Instructions are now one-based numbered.