On Mon, 26 Mar 2001, Emlyn wrote:
> and the head will be heard mumbling "bugger, maybe I shudda loaded
> DX into BX, instead of AX, on line 2,435,444,356,443".
That is why you should *never* copy an Intel design for your
nanobots. Dec/Motorola got it right. RISC is a good approach
as well. Simple, elegant, uniform. Intel & IBM instruction
sets for the most part are spawn of the devil and should be
avoided if you want to live a long and happy life and you
want your clottocytes to function reliably.
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