list/dictionary as case statement ?
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Tom Plunket wrote:
> Often (always?) RISC architectures' instruction+operand lengths
> are fixed to the word size of the machine. E.g. the MIPS 3000 and
> 4000 were 32 bits for every instruction, and PC was always a
> multiple of four.
Intels aren't RISC, are they?
But for PowerPC it's the same, every instruction has 32 bit.
BOFH excuse #278:
The Dilithium Crystals need to be rotated.
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