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  • past participle of mix (verb)
  • past indicative (I,you,he,she,it,we,they) of mix (verb)

definitions - Mixed

mixed (adj.)

1.combined or mixed together so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable

2.consisting of a haphazard assortment of different kinds"an arrangement of assorted spring flowers" "assorted sizes" "miscellaneous accessories" "a mixed program of baroque and contemporary music" "a motley crew" "sundry sciences commonly known..."

3.involving or composed of different races"interracial schools" "a mixed neighborhood"

4.caused to combine or unite

mix (n.)

1.a motley assortment of things

2.the act of mixing together"paste made by a mix of flour and water" "the mixing of sound channels in the recording studio"

3.an event that combines things in a mixture"a gradual mixture of cultures"

4.a commercially prepared mixture of dry ingredients

5.(chemistry) a substance consisting of two or more substances mixed together (not in fixed proportions and not with chemical bonding)

mix (v. trans.)

1.add as an additional element or part"mix water into the drink"

2.mix together different elements"The colors blend well"

3.combine (electronic signals)"mixing sounds"

4.mix so as to make a random order or arrangement"shuffle the cards"

5.to bring or combine together or with something else"resourcefully he mingled music and dance"

6.open (a place) to members of all races and ethnic groups"This school is completely desegregated"

mix (v.)

1.mix or add by stirring"Stir nuts into the dough"


1.cause to feel embarrassment"The constant attention of the young man confused her"

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Merriam Webster

MixedMixed (?), a. Formed by mixing; united; mingled; blended. See Mix, v. t. & i.

Mixed action (Law), a suit combining the properties of a real and a personal action. -- Mixed angle, a mixtilineal angle. -- Mixed fabric, a textile fabric composed of two or more kinds of fiber, as a poplin. -- Mixed marriage, a marriage between persons of different races or religions; specifically, one between a Roman Catholic and a Protestant. -- Mixed number, a whole number and a fraction taken together. -- Mixed train, a railway train containing both passenger and freight cars. -- Mixed voices (Mus.), voices of both males and females united in the same performance.

MixMix (?), v. i.
1. To become united into a compound; to be blended promiscuously together.

2. To associate; to mingle; as, Democrats and Republicans mixed freely at the party.

He had mixed
Again in fancied safety with his kind.

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synonyms - Mixed

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mix (v. trans.)



-Adjustment disorders | Mixed anxiety and depressive reaction • Aphasia, Mixed • Cancer, Embryonal and Mixed • Cerebral Palsy, Mixed • Cirrhosis (of liver) mixed type • Complex and Mixed Neoplasms • Cryoglobulinaemia mixed • Delirium of Mixed Origin • Delirium of mixed origin • Dentition, Mixed • Diffuse Mixed Small and Large Cell Lymphoma • Diffuse Mixed-Cell Lymphoma • Dysarthria, Mixed • Endemic cretinism, mixed type • Follicular Mixed-Cell Lymphoma • Gonadal Dysgenesis, Mixed • Hearing Loss, Mixed Conductive-Sensorineural • Leukemia, Mixed, B and T Cell • Leukemia, Mixed, B- and T-Cell • Leukemia, Mixed-Cell • Leukocyte Culture Test, Mixed • Lymphocyte Culture Test, Mixed • Lymphoma, Diffuse, Mixed Lymphocytic-Histiocytic • Lymphoma, Follicular, Mixed Cell • Lymphoma, Follicular, Mixed Lymphocytic-Histiocytic • Lymphoma, Follicular, Mixed Small and Large Lymphoid • Lymphoma, Mixed • Lymphoma, Mixed Cell, Diffuse • Lymphoma, Mixed Lymphocytic-Histiocytic • Lymphoma, Mixed Small and Large Cell, Diffuse • Lymphoma, Mixed-Cell • Lymphoma, Mixed-Cell, Diffuse • Lymphoma, Mixed-Cell, Follicular • Lymphoma, Nodular, Mixed Lymphocytic Histiocytic • Lymphoma, Nodular, Mixed Lymphocytic-Histiocytic • Lymphoma, Nodular, Mixed Small and Large Cell • Mixed Central and Obstructive Sleep Apnea • Mixed Connective Tissue Disease • Mixed Function Oxidases • Mixed Function Oxygenases • Mixed Glioma • Mixed Gonadal Dysgenesis • Mixed Hearing Loss • Mixed Leukocyte Culture Test • Mixed Leukocyte Reaction • Mixed Lymphocyte Culture Test • Mixed Lymphocyte Reaction • Mixed Oligodendroglioma-Astrocytoma • Mixed Oligodendroglioma-Ependymoma • Mixed Pineocytoma-Pineoblastoma • Mixed Salivary Gland Tumor • Mixed Small and Large Cell Lymphoma, Diffuse • Mixed Tumor, Malignant • Mixed Tumor, Mesodermal • Mixed Tumor, Mullerian • Mixed affective episode • Mixed and other personality disorders • Mixed antiepileptics, not elsewhere classified • Mixed anxiety and depressive disorder • Mixed asthma • Mixed bacterial vaccines, except combinations with a pertussis component • Mixed cellularity • Mixed cerebral palsy syndromes • Mixed conductive and sensorineural hearing loss, bilateral • Mixed conductive and sensorineural hearing loss, unilateral with unrestricted hearing on the contralateral side • Mixed conductive and sensorineural hearing loss, unspecified • Mixed connective tissue disease • Mixed cortical and subcortical vascular dementia • Mixed cortical and subcortical vascular dementia | With other mixed symptoms • Mixed cortical and subcortical vascular dementia | With other symptoms, predominantly delusional • Mixed cortical and subcortical vascular dementia | With other symptoms, predominantly depressive • Mixed cortical and subcortical vascular dementia | With other symptoms, predominantly hallucinatory • Mixed cortical and subcortical vascular dementia | Without additional symptoms • Mixed disorder of acid-base balance • Mixed disorder of conduct and emotions, unspecified • Mixed disorder of scholastic skills • Mixed disorders of conduct and emotions • Mixed dissociative [conversion] disorders • Mixed disturbance of smell and taste • Mixed forms • Mixed helminthiasis NOS • Mixed hyperglyceridaemia • Mixed hyperlipidaemia • Mixed intestinal helminthiases • Mixed lesions of pinta • Mixed obsessional thoughts and acts • Mixed pediculosis and phthiriasis • Mixed schizophrenic and affective psychosis • Mixed sedatives and hypnotics, not elsewhere classified • Mixed simple and mucopurulent chronic bronchitis • Mixed small and large cell (diffuse) • Mixed small cleaved and large cell, follicular • Mixed specific developmental disorders • Mixed-Cell Lymphoma • Mixed-Cell Lymphoma, Diffuse • Mixed-Cell Lymphoma, Follicular • Mixed-Lineage Leukemia Protein • Myeloid/Lymphoid Or Mixed-Lineage Leukemia Protein • Neoplasms, Complex and Mixed • Neoplasms, Embryonal and Mixed • Oligoastrocytoma, Mixed • Other mixed anxiety disorders • Other mixed disorders of conduct and emotions • Protector Protein (Mixed-Function Oxidase Systems) • Salivary Gland Tumor, Mixed • Sleep Apnea, Mixed • Sleep Apnea, Mixed Central and Obstructive • Thalassaemia (minor)(mixed)(with other haemoglobinopathy) • be mixed up • become mixed up in • get mixed up in • mixed agreement • mixed aphasia • mixed bag • mixed bud • mixed choir • mixed cropping • mixed drink • mixed economy • mixed farm • mixed farming • mixed infections of Plasmodium falciparum with any other Pasmodium species • mixed infections of Plasmodium malariae with other Plasmodium species, except Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax • mixed infections of Plasmodium vivax with other Plasmodium species, except Plasmodium falciparum • mixed marriage • mixed metaphor • mixed monolayer • mixed nuisance • mixed oxide fuel • mixed pixel • mixed price • mixed tenure • mixed up • mixed-blood • mixed-ownership company • mixed-up • single mixed affective episode • when mixed with Plasmodium falciparum • when mixed with Plasmodium malariae • when mixed with Plasmodium ovale • when mixed with Plasmodium vivax

-2005 French Open – Mixed Doubles • 2006 French Open – Mixed Doubles • 2006 IBF World Championships – Mixed Doubles • 2006 US Open – Mixed Doubles • 2006 Wimbledon Championships – Mixed Doubles • 2007 Australian Open – Mixed Doubles • 2007 BWF World Championships – Mixed Doubles • 2007 French Open – Mixed Doubles • 2007 US Open – Mixed Champions Invitational • 2007 US Open – Mixed Doubles • 2007 Wimbledon Championships – Mixed Doubles • 2008 Australian Open – Mixed Doubles • 2008 European Mixed Team Badminton Championships • 2008 French Open – Mixed Doubles • 2008 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship • 24th Mixed Brigade (Imperial Japanese Army) • 2nd Guards Mixed Brigade (Japan) • 69th Mixed Artillery Brigade (Romania) • 8th Mixed Artillery Brigade (Romania) • AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship • All Mixed Up • All Mixed Up (311 song) • All Mixed Up (Cars song) • All Mixed Up (Red House Painters song) • All Mixed Up (album) • Appalachian mixed mesophytic forests • Badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Mixed doubles • Biathlon World Championships 2007 – Mixed Relay • Bioconversion of biomass to mixed alcohol fuels • California mixed evergreen forest • Canadian Mixed Curling Championship • Canadian Mixed Curling Championships • Caucasus mixed forest • Caucasus mixed forests • Chicago Mixed Board-a-Match • Complex and mixed tumor • Corsican montane broadleaf and mixed forests • Crazy and Mixed Up • Deep (mixed martial arts) • Depressive mixed state • Dream (mixed martial arts) • Eindhovense Mixed Hockey Club • Eurasian (mixed ancestry) • European Mixed Curling Championship • European Mixed Team Badminton Championships • European-Mediterranean montane mixed forests • Flechas Azules Mixed Brigade • Flechas Negras Mixed Brigade • From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler • From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1973 film) • From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1995 film) • Generalized linear mixed model • Guards Mixed Brigade • Haagsche Delftsche Mixed Hockey Club • Hybrid Re mixed (Promo) • IJA 11th Independent Mixed Brigade • IJA 1st Independent Mixed Brigade • IJA Independent Mixed Brigades • Korean mixed script • Lion's Den (mixed martial arts) • List of All England Mixed Doubles champions • List of IJA Mixed Brigades • List of Japanese Mixed Brigades • List of Wimbledon Mixed Doubles champions • List of female mixed martial artists • Lost Dogs and Mixed Blessings • Mediterranean conifer and mixed forests • Mixed (United Kingdom ethnicity category) • Mixed Bag • Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts Tax Bond • Mixed Bizness • Mixed Blessings • Mixed Blood (album) • Mixed Company • Mixed Company of Yale • Mixed Doubles • Mixed Doubles (Frasier episode) • Mixed Doubles (play) • Mixed Doubles chess match • Mixed Emotions • Mixed Emotions (1951 song) • Mixed Emotions (Beverley Craven album) • Mixed Emotions (song) • Mixed Flats • Mixed Hodge structure • Mixed In Key • Mixed Magic • Mixed Media Group • Mixed Member Proportional • Mixed Mode CD • Mixed Müllerian tumor • Mixed Nuts • Mixed Nuts (1922 film) • Mixed Order • Mixed Race Day • Mixed Signals • Mixed Up • Mixed Up Life • Mixed Up S.O.B. • Mixed Up World • Mixed ability • Mixed acid fermentation • Mixed ammonium salts of phosphorylated glycerides • Mixed and Fixed • Mixed blood (disambiguation) • Mixed boxing • Mixed breed • Mixed connective tissue disease • Mixed connective tissue disorder • Mixed curling • Mixed dark matter • Mixed drink • Mixed drink shooters • Mixed drink shooters and drink shots • Mixed drink supplies • Mixed economy • Mixed episode • Mixed flow compressor • Mixed forests • Mixed franking • Mixed function oxidase • Mixed gonadal dysgenesis • Mixed greens • Mixed grill • Mixed layer • Mixed marriage • Mixed martial art • Mixed martial artist • Mixed martial artists • Mixed martial arts • Mixed martial arts rules • Mixed martial arts weight classes • Mixed media • Mixed member proportional • Mixed member proportional representation • Mixed member proportionality • Mixed metal oxide • Mixed metaphor • Mixed nuts • Mixed oxide • Mixed oxides of nitrogen • Mixed pickle • Mixed potential theory • Mixed race • Mixed radix • Mixed spice • Mixed spices • Mixed team at the 1896 Summer Olympics • Mixed team at the 1900 Summer Olympics • Mixed team at the 1904 Summer Olympics • Mixed team at the Olympics • Mixed tension migraine • Mixed threat attack • Mixed train • Mixed transcortical aphasia • Mixed twins • Mixed waste • Mixed waste (radioactive/hazardous) • Mixed-Up Fairy Tales • Mixed-Up Mother Goose • Mixed-blood • Mixed-breed dog • Mixed-breed dogs • Mixed-case identifier • Mixed-handedness • Mixed-interval chord • Mixed-leader bundling • Mixed-mode chromatography • Mixed-race Brazilian • Mixed-sex education • Mixed-species foraging flock • Mixed-traffic locomotive • Mixed-use • Mixed-use development • Mixed/Dual Cycle • Nebraska Sand Hills mixed grasslands • Norby, the Mixed-Up Robot • One Voice Mixed Chorus • Prairie Fire (mixed drink) • Prohibition of Mixed Marriages Act • Ready Mixed Concrete (South East) Ltd v Minister of Pensions and National Insurance • Rockwell Mixed Pairs • Sarmatic mixed forests • Satellite Award for Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature • Temperate broadleaf and mixed forest • Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests • Tennis at the 1900 Summer Olympics – Mixed doubles • Tennis at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Mixed indoor doubles • Tennis at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Mixed outdoor doubles • Tennis at the 2006 Asian Games – Mixed doubles • The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed Up Zombies • The Mixed Men • The Pit (mixed martial arts) • Total Mixed Ration • Variation of mixed Hodge structure • Variation of mixed Hodge structures • World Mixed Pairs Championship • World Mixed Teams Championship • Xtreme Couture Mixed Martial Arts

-1980–1985 The New Mix in One Go • 99.9 Mix FM • A Bugged Out Mix • A Bugged Out Mix by Klaxons • A Lively Mix • A Merry Mix Up • A Mix Up in Hearts • A Mix-Up in Pedigrees • Anthony Mix • Audio mix • Awesome Mix Tape vol. 6 • Ayu-mi-x 4 + Selection Non-Stop Mega Mix Version • Ayu-mi-x II Version Non-Stop Mega Mix • Ayu-mi-x III Non-Stop Mega Mix Version • B In The Mix, The Remixes • Bakery mix • Betsy Mix Cowles • Big Boy Mega Mix • Board mix • Bridge mix • Brownie mix • Burn pan! Mix, stretch and boil! • C.G mix • Case mix • Case mix group • Case mix index • Case-mix • Charles Mix County, South Dakota • Chex Mix • Chex Morning Party Mix • Club Mix • Communicate (mix album) • DFA Holiday Mix 2005 • DJ Mix Sun Ra • DJ Sammy at Work (In the Mix) • DJ mix • Daddy's Home (Sir Mix-a-Lot album) • Dance Dance Revolution (1st MIX) • Dance Dance Revolution (1st Mix) • Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix • Dance Dance Revolution 3rd Mix • Dance Dance Revolution 4th Mix • Dance Dance Revolution 5th Mix • Dance Dance Revolution Disney MIX • Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix • Dance Dance Revolution Extra Mix • Dance Dance Revolution MARIO MIX • Dance mix • Dancing Stage Disney MIX • Dancing Stage MARIO MIX • Dancing Stage Mario Mix • Def Classic Mix • Dimension Mix • Disco Mix Club • Disco mix • Disney Mix Stick • Dr. Seuss' Fix-Up the Mix-Up Puzzler • Dublin's Country Mix 106.8 • Easy Mix • Erich Mix • Fab Field's Mix • Farrago Dance Mix • Fat Babies in the Mix • Final mix • Fish Inn (1986 Mix) • Freshie (drink mix) • Fuel mix disclosure • GNU MIX Development Kit • Goa Mix • Healing Vision (Angelic mix) • Hi-Mix • Hit Mix (Katy Garbi album) • How to Cut and Paste Mix Tape Vol.2 • Hurry Up Mode (1990 Mix) • Hyper Techno Mix Revolution I • Hyper Techno Mix Revolution II • Hyper Techno Mix Revolution III • In Da Mix • In the Mix • In the Mix (TV series) • In the Mix (album) • In the Mix (film) • Jessico Dance Mix • Jiffy mix • John Mix Stanley • Live in the Mix • London MIX • Lost Control Mix • Love is a Mix Tape • MIX (Microsoft) • MIX (XM) • MIX 08 • MIX NYC • MIX-ISM • Maker Hikōshiki Hatsune Mix • Mandarin Mix-Up • Mario Mega Mix • Marketing mix • Marketing mix modeling • Marketing research mix • Meow Mix • Meow Mix (cat food) • Mick 'Mix Maestro' Guzauski • Mix (Stellar* album) • Mix (magazine) • Mix 100FM • Mix 101.1 • Mix 102.3 • Mix 106.3 • Mix 106.5 • Mix 107 • Mix 94.5 • Mix 96 (Aylesbury) • Mix Brasil • Mix FM • Mix FM (Malaysia) • Mix FM Lebanon • Mix It Up • Mix Master • Mix Master Ice • Mix Master Mike • Mix Megapol • Mix Run, Pennsylvania • Mix Speakers, Inc • Mix Tape (album) • Mix Up • Mix engineer • Mix in • Mix network • Mix of Life • Mix, Louisiana • Mix-FM • Mix-Up • Mix-in • Muffin mix • Munchies (snack mix) • Music Mix • Mut@ge.Mix@ge • Nestle Fav*rites (chocolate mix) • Nothing to You (re-mix) + 3 • PaRappa the Party Mix • Pancake Mix • Party Mix • Party Mix (video game) • Party Mix! • Pick 'n' Mix • Pick 'n' mix • Pizzicato Five in the Mix • Policy mix • Professional Widow (Armand's Star Trunkin' Funk Mix) • Promotional mix • RMX Works from Ayu-mi-x 5 Non-Stop Mega Mix • Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix • Radio Mix • Rex Mix • Rich Mix Cultural Foundation • Rmx Works from Super Eurobeat Presents Ayu-ro Mix 3 • Ron Mix • Rough Mix • Ruth Mix • Sir Mix-a-Lot • Ski Mix 21 • Snack mix • Sound mix • Sour mix • Spice mix • Steve Mix • Sublime Mix • Super Eurobeat Presents Ayu-ro Mix • Super Eurobeat Presents Ayu-ro Mix 2 • Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix • Tab Mix Plus • The Bananarama Mega-Mix • The DJ 2 in the Mix • The DJ 3 in the Mix • The DJ 4 in the Mix • The DJ in the Mix • The History Mix Volume 1 • The Live Mix, Part 2 • The Misterons Mix • The Mix • The Mix Network • The Mix Tape • The Mix Tape (MC Breed album) • The Mix-Up • The Summer Mega Mix • The World's Drinks And How To Mix Them • Thomas Hezikiah Mix • Thomas Mix • Tiny Mix Tapes • Tom Mix • Traffic mix • Trail mix • Triple mix • Troféu HQ Mix • Turbo polka (Radio mix) • Ultra Mix • White Label Mix Series, Vol. 1 • World Mix (album)

analogical dictionary




mix (n.)


displace, move[Hyper.]


mix (v.)


mêler (fr)[Classe]

faire du pain (fr)[Classe]

presser (fr)[Classe...]

pétrir (fr)[Thème]

pétrir (fr)[Classe]

mix (v. tr.)


appareil de cuisine pour mélanger (fr)[Classe]

mix; blend; miscellany; mixture; admixture; mélange[Classe]

ensemble (réunion d'éléments) (fr)[Classe...]

morceaux choisis (livre) (fr)[Classe]

qui peut être transformé (fr)[Classe...]

qui peut se dissoudre, ou fondre (fr)[Classe]

ensemble (fr)[Caract.]

(diversity; variety), (eclecticism; eclectic method)[termes liés]

(mix; blend; miscellany; mixture; admixture; mélange), (blending; mingling; mixing; mixture; mix)[termes liés]

homogène (fr)[Caract.]

(chemistry; chemical science), (chemist), (chemotherapy)[termes liés]









alter, change - change of integrity - combination, combining, compounding - conjugation, jointure, unification, union, uniting - kitchen utensil - instrument, utensil - union - combine, combining - food product, foodstuff - accumulation, aggregation, assemblage, collection, piling up - agglomeration - assemblage, gathering - unification, union - substance - chemical, chemical substance, chemistry[Hyper.]

combine, compound - blend, coalesce, combine, commingle, conflate, flux, fuse, immix, meld, merge, mix - combine, compound - compound - associate, associate with, combine, combine with - combinative, combinatorial, combinatory - mix, mix in - admix - mix - mix, ruffle, shuffle - amalgamate, combine, commix, merge, mingle, mix, unify - blend, immingle, intermingle, intermix - fuse - concrete - coalesce - coapt, conglutinate - coalescent, coalescing - merge, unify, unite - merge, unify, unite - aggregate, combine - combine, unite - concoct, cook up - motley, variegate, vary - all kinds of, all sorts of, assorted, a variety of, mingled, miscellaneous, mixed, motley, sundry[Dérivé]

chemical science, chemistry - natural philosophy, physics[Domaine]

liquid, liquified, melted[Similaire]

immiscible, non-miscible, unmixable[Ant.]



mix (v. tr.)




Mixed is the past tense of mix. It may also refer to:




MIX is a hypothetical computer used in Donald Knuth's monograph, The Art of Computer Programming (TAOCP). MIX's model number is 1009, which was derived by combining the model numbers and names of several contemporaneous, commercial machines deemed significant by the author. (“MIX” also has the value 1009 in Roman numerals.)

The 1960s-era MIX has since been superseded by a new (also hypothetical) computer architecture, MMIX, to be incorporated in forthcoming editions of TAOCP. Software implementations for both the MIX and MMIX architectures have been developed by Knuth and made freely available (named “MIXware” and “MMIXware,” respectively).

Several derivatives of Knuth's MIX/MMIX emulators also exist. GNU MDK is one such software package; it is free and runs on a wide variety of platforms.

Their purpose for education is quite similar to John L. Hennessy's and David A. Patterson's DLX architecture, from Computer Organization and Design - The Hardware Software Interface.



MIX is a hybrid binarydecimal computer. When programmed in binary, each byte has 6 bits (values range from 0 to 63). In decimal, each byte has 2 decimal digits (values range from 0 to 99). Bytes are grouped into words of five bytes plus a sign. Most programs written for MIX will work in either binary or decimal, so long as they do not try to store a value greater than 63 in a single byte.

A word has the range −1,073,741,823 to 1,073,741,823 (inclusive) in binary mode, and −9,999,999,999 to 9,999,999,999 (inclusive) in decimal mode. The sign-and-magnitude representation of integers in the MIX architecture distinguishes between “−0” and “+0.” This contrasts with modern computers, whose two's-complement representation of integer quantities includes a single representation for zero, but whose range for a given number of bits includes one more negative integer than the number of representable positive integers.


There are 9 registers in MIX:

  • rA: Accumulator (full word, five bytes and a sign).
  • rX: Extension (full word, five bytes and a sign).
  • rI1, rI2, rI3, rI4, rI5 rI6: Index registers (two bytes and a sign).
  • rJ: Jump address (two bytes, always positive).

A byte is assumed to be at least 6 bits. Most instructions can specify which of the "fields" (bytes) of a register are to be altered, using a suffix of the form (first:last). The zeroth field is the one-bit sign.

MIX also records whether the previous operation overflowed, and has a one-trit comparison indicator (less than, equal to, or greater than). In the diagram below, each register is shown divided into its fields.

± A1 A2 A3 A4 A5
± X1 X2 X3 X4 X5
+ J4 J5
± I1.4 I1.5
± I2.4 I2.5
± I3.4 I3.5
± I4.4 I4.5
± I5.4 I5.5
± I6.4 I6.5

  Memory and input/output

The MIX machine has 4000 words of storage (each with 5 bytes and a sign), addressed from 0 to 3999. A variety of input and output devices are also included:

  • Tape units (devices 0…7).
  • Disk or drum units (devices 8…15).
  • Card reader (device 16).
  • Card punch (device 17).
  • Line printer (device 18).
  • Typewriter terminal (device 19).
  • Paper tape (device 20).


Each machine instruction in memory occupies one word, and consists of 4 parts: the address (2 bytes and the sign of the word) in memory to read or write; an index specification (1 byte, describing which rI index register to use) to add to the address; a modification (1 byte) that specifies which parts of the register or memory location will be read or altered; and the operation code (1 byte). All operation codes have an associated mnemonic.

MIX programs frequently use self-modifying code, in particular to return from a subroutine, as MIX lacks an automatic subroutine return stack. Self-modifying code is facilitated by the modification byte, allowing the program to store data to, for example, the address part of the target instruction, leaving the rest of the instruction unmodified.

MIX programs are typically constructed using the MIXAL assembly language; for an example, see the list hello world programs page.

LDA ADDR,i(0:5) rA := memory[ADDR + rIi];
LDX ADDR,i(0:5) rX := memory[ADDR + rIi];
LD? ADDR,i(0:5) rI? := memory[ADDR + rIi];
LDAN ADDR,i(0:5) rA := - memory[ADDR + rIi];
LDXN ADDR,i(0:5) rX := - memory[ADDR + rIi];
LD?N ADDR,i(0:5) rI? := - memory[ADDR + rIi];
STA ADDR,i(0:5) memory[ADDR + rIi] := rA;
STX ADDR,i(0:5) memory[ADDR + rIi] := rX;
ST? ADDR,i(0:5) memory[ADDR + rIi] := rI?;
STJ ADDR,i(0:5) memory[ADDR + rIi] := rJ;
STZ ADDR,i(0:5) memory[ADDR + rIi] := 0;
ADD ADDR,i(0:5) rA := rA + memory[ADDR + rIi];
SUB ADDR,i(0:5) rA := rA - memory[ADDR + rIi];
MUL ADDR,i(0:5) (rA,rX) := rA * memory[ADDR + rIi];
DIV ADDR,i(0:5) rA := int( (rA,rX) / memory[ADDR + rIi] );
rX := (rA,rX) % memory[ADDR + rIi];
ENTA ADDR,i rA := ADDR + rIi;
ENTX ADDR,i rX := ADDR + rIi;
ENT? ADDR,i rI? := ADDR + rIi;
ENNA ADDR,i rA := - ADDR - rIi;
ENNX ADDR,i rX := - ADDR - rIi;
ENN? ADDR,i rI? := - ADDR - rIi;
INCA ADDR,i rA := rA + ADDR + rIi;
INCX ADDR,i rX := rX + ADDR + rIi;
INC? ADDR,i rI? := ADDR + rIi;
DECA ADDR,i rA := rA - ADDR - rIi;
DECX ADDR,i rX := rX -ADDR - rIi;
DEC? ADDR,i rI? := rI? - ADDR - rIi;
CMPA ADDR,i(0:5) compare rA with memory[ADDR + rIi];
CMPX ADDR,i(0:5) compare rX with memory[ADDR + rIi];
CMP? ADDR,i(0:5) compare rI? with memory[ADDR + rIi];
JMP ADDR,i rJ := address of next instruction;
goto ADDR + rIi;
JSJ ADDR,i goto ADDR + rIi;
JOV ADDR,i if (overflow) then
   overflow := false; goto ADDR + rIi;
JNOV ADDR,i if (no overflow) then
   goto ADDR + rIi;
else overflow := false;
if (less, equal, greater) then goto ADDR + rIi;
if (no less, unequal, no greater) then goto ADDR + rIi;
if (rA<0 or rA==0 or rA>0) then goto ADDR + rIi;
if (rA>=0 or rA!=0 or rA<=0) then goto ADDR + rIi;
if (rX<0 or rX==0 or rX>0) then goto ADDR + rIi;
if (rX>=0 or rX!=0 or rX<=0) then goto ADDR + rIi;
if (rI?<0 or rI?==0 or rI?>0) then goto ADDR + rIi;
if (rI?>=0 or rI?!=0 or rI?<=0) then goto ADDR + rIi;
MOVE ADDR,i(F) for (n = 0; n < F; n++, rI1++)
    memory[ADDR+rIi+n] := memory[rI1];
shift rA to the left/right by ADDR+rIi bytes
shift (rA,rX) to the left/right by ADDR+rIi bytes
rotate (rA,rX) to the left/right by ADDR+rIi bytes
NOP do nothing;
HLT halt execution;
IN ADDR,i(F) read in one block from input unit F
into memory[ADDR + rIi] onwards;
OUT ADDR,i(F) output one block to unit F
from memory[ADDR + rIi] onwards;
IOC ADDR,i(F) send control instruction to i/o unit F;
JRED ADDR,i(F) if (i/o unit F is ready) then goto ADDR + rIi;
JBUS ADDR,i(F) if (i/o unit F is busy) then goto ADDR + rIi;
NUM rA := numerical value of characters in (rA,rX);
CHAR (rA,rX) := character codes representing value of rA;

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