Re: Linux is as buggy as Windows

From: David W. Hodgins (dhodgin1661_at_rogers.invalid)
Date: 09/27/03


Date: Sat, 27 Sep 2003 03:00:45 GMT

On Sat, 27 Sep 2003 00:42:54 GMT, Leythos <void@nowhere.com> wrote:

> How about a step even further back:
>
> Move.B #0,Dx Clr.B Dx 8 cycles, 2 bytes
> Move.W #0,Dx Clr.W Dx 8 cycles, 2 bytes
> Clr.L Dx Moveq #0,Dx 2 cycles
> Move.L #0,Dx Moveq #0,Dx 8 cycles, 4 bytes
> Move.L #0,Ax Suba.L Ax,Ax 4 cycles, 4 bytes
> Move.L #[-128..127],Dx Moveq #[-128..127],Dx 8 cycles, 4 bytes
>
> Or things like this:
> begin: push hl ;Save
> call clear
> ld hl,0 ;Get top of memory
> ld b,0 ;HIGH$
> ldos @high$
> dec hl
> push hl
> ld de,buffer ;Start of buffer

My memory is failing<g>. Is that 780?

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