homebrewed 32-bit cpu?
wbblair3 at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 4 13:39:44 CDT 2007
> > I believe that was true of the 6809. Somewhere there was published
> > an interview (BYTE, probably) with a member of the design team where
> > he mentions this.
> Well, that article is/was on-line. I saw it one month ago.
I remember reading the original article in Byte. I learned assembler on the 6800 via the
_excellent_ Heathkit ET-3400 course and trainer and loved the 6800's simple, clear architecture
and instruction set. The '09 was the ultimate evolution of a great CPU.
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