With the help of Uber Turing Machine you are able to create new algorithms, as well as edit already prepared by someone through opening and altering of them via the convenient visual IDE. You can run and debug Turing machine programs in the three modes: normal (it has a feature to regulate delay between two steps), single-step, and the quick mode. In the first two cases there is a detailed statistics of done transitions. In the quick mode the simulator will compute results as fast as possible - it's useful if you just want to get the program output, or to examine an algorithm for possible infinite loops. There are also features of handy editing input data on the tape, and of verifying syntactical correctness of programs. You may save algorithms and tapes separately and reuse them later in several Turing machine programs.
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Windows Server 2008,