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Thread: Hardware DO instruction on ds30F
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Olin Lathrop wrote:

> > Keep in mind that there are only two DO loop nesting levels in the
> hardware.
> Unless you want to swap the hardware state in software (which gets
> messy),
> you have to think about allocating the levels.  In practise this isn't
> much
> of an issue, but you do have to think about it.

Yes, I can see where it could be a problem.  Certainly in theory, if not
in practice.  Thanks for the heads up.  I'll make notes on such things
as I go along.  Might be enough "gotcha's" there to justify a revised
version of LINT.  :-)

John

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