Algol vs Fortran was RE: VHDL vs Verilog
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Tue Feb 9 13:19:24 CST 2010
On 9 Feb 2010 at 13:00, Dave McGuire wrote:
> Our processors have registers, ALUs, and memory locations...not
> objects. (iAPX432 notwithstanding) Constructs that don't map to
> that paradigm are going to be inefficient, to a degree that
> corresponds to how badly they match the paradigm. And objects don't
> map to it at all.
How about GOTO-less CPUs? Do any exist that completely lack a jump
instruction of any sort (I'm not counting those where PC is mapped as
a general register)?
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