Rich kids are into COBOL
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Sun Mar 1 16:03:23 CST 2015
On 3/1/2015 2:56 PM, Johnny Billquist wrote:
> I don't think so. On the PDP-8 at least, the increment of the PC is done
> at different clock phases for different reasons, and they are not
> combined. I/O peripherals can also increment the PC, and it happens at a
> defined time.
> The clock state machine of the PDP-8 is somewhat complex compared to
> more "modern" machines.
I suspect all of the classic machines of the 60's era, would have
similar timing since it was the split cycle of core memory the defined
your major timing states.
Any how, Bitsavers has all the details where hard ware manuals said more
that "Made in <country of the week>.
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