HP 1000 double integer instructions info
bshannon at tiac.net
Fri Aug 11 17:45:11 CDT 2006
Sorry for the typo, I did mean FFP, Fast Fortran.
Standard on F-series, and I've only ever found one 2113 E-series CPU that
did not have it installed (it had been highly customized with user
----- Original Message -----
From: "J. David Bryan" <jdbryan at acm.org>
To: "General Discussion: On-Topic Posts Only" <cctech at classiccmp.org>
Sent: Friday, August 11, 2006 10:44 AM
Subject: Re: HP 1000 double integer instructions info
> On 10 Aug 2006 at 22:09, Bob Shannon wrote:
>> Virtually *every* HP21MX, 'E-series' machine will have the FFT microcode
>> that implements several long integer formats (2 and 3 word).
> "FFT" = "Fast Fourier Transform?" I'm unfamiliar with that product, and I
> can't find it in any of the 1000 MEF ordering guides that I have. Do you
> have a part number?
> Are you possibly thinking of "FFP" = "Fast FORTRAN Processor?" That was a
> common microcode option that added two- and three-word floating-point
> instructions, but no integer instructions.
> -- Dave
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