Maybe this has been done,
Not emulated, somehow have the real hardware running the real thing only a lot lot more powerful
lol is right. you have to excuse grumpy and fungus. theyre pretty much my favorite members but dont always get the point. in this case unable to determine the difference between imitating an insruction set (emulation) and running look-and-feel of programs and os for vintage computers.
Not emulated, somehow have the real hardware running the real thing only a lot lot more powerful...Think windows 3.1 on a quad core machine. Not emulated. Only lets have hardware from the past updated
Back in the days when software ran on computers less powerful than an Uno, there was *a lot* of timing-dependency. Especially where computers were all the same CPU at the same clock speed. (I.e., not like PCs where yours could be 2.4GHz, and mine is 2.8GHz, but where we're both running 8MHz CPUs with the same part number.) When you know the clock speed, you can assume it takes XX clock cycles to do whatever task, and you can use this to run delay loops and things like that. Changing the clock speed breaks all those assumptions,
They're literally executing code in such a way that memory contents are both program and data,
There's no limits to your closed off imagination.