[FoRK] ridiculous project

Gregory Alan Bolcer greg at bolcer.org
Mon Jul 8 05:00:55 PDT 2013


Well, then you would be able to do 16-dimension hypercube routing with 
global-centimeter-scale filtering.  :-)

http://www.isr.uci.edu/events/twist/twist99/presentations/gorlick/gorlick.pdf
http://www.isr.uci.edu/events/twist/twist99/program.html


On 7/8/2013 1:33 AM, Sean Conner wrote:
>    I personally prefer the Motorola 6809 (if I had to use an 8-bit CPU).
> Nice design---two 8-bit accumulators (that can act as a 16-bit accumulator),
> four 16-bit index registers (all can be used interchangibly, except that one
> also acts as the stack pointer) and the ability to write position
> independant code.  It's a shame it was never as popular as the 6502, 8080 or
> Z80.
>
>    -spc (It could also derefenrece a pointer in memory in one instruction!)
>
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