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Victor Yodaiken writes:
> This is something I don't get: I never understood why 32bit risc designers
> were so damn obstinate about "every instruction fits in 32 bits"
> and refused to have "call 32 bit immediate given in next word" not
> to mention a "load 32bit immediate given in next word".

Sparc has such an instruction, in fact the instruction and the 32-bit
immediate fit in a single 32-bit instruction (since the immediate is
guarenteed to be modulo 4 you have some extra bits for the instruction
opcode itself).

Later,
David S. Miller
davem@redhat.com

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