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Sawdee: Embedded systems are designed for a specific job, unlike general purpose systems like your desktop where you can install whatever applications you need. If I'm still correct the ARM is the most used processor as it is used in a lot of embedded systems like printers, copying machines and mobile phones.

 is a RISC OS UserJaco on 15/12/04 5:33PM
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