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GNU MDK stands for MIX Development Kit. It allows you to develop, run and debug programs written in the MIXAL programming language[?]. MIXAL is an assembler-like language for programming a virtual computer called MIX. They were created by Donald Knuth in the first volume of `The Art of Computer Programming' (Addison Wesley[?], 1997).

GNU MDK was written by Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz[?] and is released under the GNU General Public license, so that users are free to share and improve it.

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