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Thread: external program code on a memory chip
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I suppose you could write a assembly interpreter. Much like parallax have done with their SX version of the stamp. Except rather than interpreting basic you could use assembly opcodes. I would imagine code running from external mem would work at at least a factor of 15 slower. I suppose tho you could cache a loop etc in the internal SRAM to prehaps make things a tad quicker. I would however recommend that you simply upgrade to a SX52, essentially 2xSX28`s.
Andrew Seddon

Pants Systems
(contract development of low performance, low function, high-level, high cost software)

Seemed funny at the time bob :-)...
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