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md0u80c9: The quote was in reference to the A9home, which is not designed for embedded customers.

Also, considering some of the things washing machines do now, I think they might use slightly more advanced chips now (although I'm not saying that's necessary - the 6502 powered many micros admirably. It's certainly capable of more than a washing machine is!).

 is a RISC OS UserSmiler on 21/10/04 8:14PM
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