Showing the new single step capability of the CPU and the machine code monitor. When stepping through the instructions, the monitor prints the address and opcode of the next instruction, and the updated CPU state. #homebrewcomputer
Hoping to somehow repeat what was done in the Computer History Community in G+, that this will be a place to participate and post. comment, discuss and share about computing, computers, information technology and all things related, looking at the past to make sense of the present and try to understand the future.
Anybody with interest on computer history can participate, lets do #computerhistory
@mrbill0 oh my goodness it's made out of a TIN CAN
This is glorious
For the last couple of weeks I've been working on adding Ethernet support to the AT&T 3B2 emulator. It has been a frustrating process, but I think I finally cracked the problem. https://loomcom.com/blog/0118_understanding_the_ni_card.html
Nineteen dubious ways to compute the exponential of a matrix, twenty-five years later
Article by Moler, Cleve and Van Loan, C.
In collections: Attention-grabbing titles, Basically computer science
@seven1m I don't think there is anything wrong with you :) I do think there is everything wrong with how to teach 'Computer Science'. It is the only engineering discipline not taught as Engineering. We don't use exemplars to build on, we don't cover the developmental history of CS, we don't build from a foundation of basics. So across much of the software industry we just reinvent or just create another version of something that's already got 100s of similar products.
I think it’s possible to detect which functions have calls in tail-position, so maybe I can make those that don’t use static dispatch as an optimization. 🤔
Anyway, stoked about completing step 5 of 10 — half way done!
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko