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AMS: So Intel have 90% of the market and yet ARM have no competition...

Depends on the market, doesn't it? ARM have seemed very snug in their market of being an embedded systems (PDA, mobile phones, etc.) market, and they didn't do that be resting on the laurels.

As for the register argument, we've been there before here, and we didn't agree then, so I can't see how we're going to agree now, so I suggest we not rehash it. It'll only lead to an increase in my blood presure :)

-- Dougal

 is a RISC OS UserDougal on 20/9/03 1:33PM
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