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 The smallest allocatable unit of memory is a Memory Area.  It may be from 1,000 to 1,000,000 digits  in size in increments of 1,000 digits. The smallest allocatable unit of memory is a Memory Area.  It may be from 1,000 to 1,000,000 digits  in size in increments of 1,000 digits.
  
-The following [[instructions|Instructions]] or [[procedures|Procedures]] change the operating environment of the processor by resolving the first eight entries in the specified Memory Area Table and retaining the base and limit values for memory access protection. See [[compatability_notes:a.34|Compatability Notes A.34]].+The following [[instructions|Instructions]] or [[procedures|Procedures]] change the operating environment of the processor by resolving the first eight entries in the specified Memory Area Table and retaining the base and limit values for memory access protection. See [[compatibility_notes:a.34|Compatibility Notes A.34]].
  
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