On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 09:09:26PM +0100, smf wrote: > It's much more likely to always be 5. Rockwell say it's 5 on one page > and imply it's 5/6/7 on another, so one page is definitely wrong as they > disagree & the 5/6/7 doesn't make sense. If you go for 4/5/6 then you're > assuming that both pages are wrong. Which is possible, but much less > likely than them putting an ** on one page when it wasn't meant to be there. 4/5/6 does make sense with the cycle descriptions though; or, if it is constant time (which I seriously doubt), 4 always. > Unless you get hold of some hardware to verify it, or some software that > is sensitive to timing that has been developed on real hardware then > it's actually not that important. Yeah. > More important is the 65ce02, where the instructions take less clock > cycles as it's the basis for the commodore 65. I don't think commodore > used 65c02 in anything. 4510... Not so certain that is the same as 65CE02. Segher Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-06-29 23:00:07
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