vintage CPU instruction sets
Paul_Koning at Dell.com
Tue Dec 16 11:26:13 CST 2008
>>>>> "Rich" == Rich Alderson <RichA at vulcan.com> writes:
Rich> From: Andy Holt Sent: Friday, December 12, 2008 2:15 AM
>> ...The RISC before there ws RISC:
Rich> The PDP-10 is often described this way.
Interesting. I wouldn't, for a couple of reasons. The PDP-10
instruction set is quite large. Also, RISC generally means load/store
instructions and the rest of the ops are register based. CDC 6000
series does that, as do contemporary RISC architectures like MIPS --
but the PDP-10 doesn't.
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