Picture this project – you have a battery operated gizmo with LEDs that has to light up at a given time and light off at another one. Reality is a bit more complex than this, but not that much. So what could possibly go wrong? How much could cost the development of its firmware? The
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It was 1971 when the first single chip CPU hit the shelves. 4004 was the name. Rough by today standards, nonetheless it featured several impressive features – among which 16 registers and 5 instructions operating at 16 bits. One year later and it was the time for 8008, with 6 registers of 8 bit each.
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