>You are almost certainly reading this email on a computer with a >RISC processor -- pretending to be a CISC processor. That's one way of looking at it. Another is that RISC allowed the adoption of mainframe techniques in microprocessors, but we've now got to the stage where we can implement them even for CISC processors. As a result, modern CISC processors look quite similar to modern RISC processors, and neither of them looks much like how RISC was originally envisaged. (In fact, I'm writing this on a RISC processor from a family that was originally so RISCy that it didn't even have an integer multiply instruction.) -- Richard
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