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  • Endianness (Byte Ordering)

    Endianess is the order of the bytes in computer memory. Endianess can be big-endian (BE) or little-endian(LE). Some computer architectures also support the switch of endian processing, and this is called bi-endian (BE to LE or vice-versa). A big-endian system stores the least significant byte at the smallest memory address, and the smallest byte in […]

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  • Sixty-Five-Oh-Two

    The 6502 microprocessor is the starting architecture we will be examining over the next couple of weeks, before jumping to something more recent. The 6502 is an 8-bit microprocessor that was designed by a team from MOS Technology, and led by Chuck Peddle. It is a little-endian 8-bit processor with a 16-bit address bus. The […]

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  • Bazaar?

      Now in the field of Software Development, it is impossible to know everything. A given that most of us understand already, at the least we are reminded of it frequently with the no end of acronyms we are confronted with daily. But it’s nice to come across something different. I find as student learning […]

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