ISAJET is a Monte Carlo program which simulates p p, pbar p, and e+ e- interactions at high energies. It is based on perturbative QCD plus phenomenological models for parton and beam jet fragmentation. The manual describes the physics and explains how to use the program. ISAJET is written in Fortran 77 (with a few common extensions) and is distributed using the Patchy code management system developed at CERN. The Patchy source file can be be unpacked and compiled on any supported Unix system by editing the Makefile and selecting the appropriate options. Compiling ISAJET on any other computer with ANSI Fortran 77 and Patchy, including any for which CERNlib is supported, should be straightforward.

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