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is swinging from the lights. Weeeeee. Where's my Iyonix I ordered? Yeah ok, its been only 2 working days since I ordered....

Does anyone know what actually happens when you run a 26-bit app written in c or assembler on an Iyonix? Does it bomb the whole machine, give a nasty abort message or a nice friendly "this is not 32-bit compatible"? I know it does this (the latter) for modules already.

 is a RISC OS Userdanielbarron on 11/12/02 12:41AM
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