It's time to restore the 11/45.
jnc at mercury.lcs.mit.edu
Thu Feb 5 11:21:05 CST 2015
> From: Jacob Ritorto
> Should I eliminate all this fancy bipolar and core memory and just use
> an m7891?
PPS: Why bother with memory at all, at least to get the CPU running at a
basic level? Use the hack that someone here (I forget who, IIRC it was Johnny
B.) reported, which is that you can store really small programs in the PARs -
although in the 11/45, you're restricted to instructions of the form 00xxxx!
Still, that's good enough for BR, CLR, INC, etc, etc.
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