Most pages simply state larger = faster etc, fine - but why?
Another example, 32bit PC processors have a 3.25GB RAM limit without a technique
how does an MCU with 8 bits create values larger than 255
32bit PC processors have a 3.25GB RAM limit without a technique called some line like POE,
So, i've always thought a byte is 8 bits - but, on a 16bit MCU - would that make a byte 16 bits?
Also, any input regarding array sizes and maximums?
any input regarding array sizes and maximums?
A good example was the 8088 CPU. It had 16 bit registers. 8 bit data bus. 20 bit addressing bus. They called it a 16-bit micro but any of these might have applied.
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