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bitRAKE 16 Oct 2022, 18:20
An interesting adaptation of an older architecture:

https://youtu.be/DLSUAVPKeYk

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revolution
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revolution 17 Oct 2022, 03:45
Clickbait video title. Sad

It isn't a "feature" of the Z80, it's a bunch of external chips forcing it to do new things.
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sinsi 17 Oct 2022, 04:58
I don't remember the Z80 using interrupts, on the computer I was using (Microbee) even the keyboard used to be polling.
Mind you, it was in the late 80s Smile
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