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Memory of the S-memory -
2012-02-07 08:13:50 GMT
"The S-memory (S-expression-memory) was made by hand soldering back-to-back massive and expensive amount of dynamic 64 kbit memory chips. To be used with Osborne-1 CP/M-machine around 1982. One word was 35 bits wide, containing two 16 bit addresses and 3 bit tag field. Tag field told if the address-fields contained numbers, symbols, machine code or Nokolisp-node. Plans for automatic address latch was made, allowing CAR/CDR-operation in memory itself. This memory was partially visible in Osborne's address space."
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