firstname.lastname@example.org schrieb: > On Sun, 11 Mar 2001, Andre Kaesmacher wrote: > > > > > Acorn's ARM-Cpus are also a good Example, of how to enhance a > > 6502 without going the "65816-Way". > > > > Andre, you're speaking about the thumb16 subset inside the arm32 cpu/core? > I think it's a great invention myself, but could you explain some about how > it could be applied to teh 6502? > It's not Pin-Compatible and also not Opcode-Compatible. However, most of the ARM-Instructions seems to me like 6502-Instructions nicely squeezed together. The early Acorns (Atom, Electron) used 6502 Cpus, the ARM-Cpus were surely developed with 6502 in Mind. Andre Kaesmacher - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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