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Finally the SuperNOVA also replaced the earlier model ’ s 4-bits-at-a-time math unit with a new 16-bit parallel version, speeding math by up to four times.
Craig ported his original Atari implementation to the 16-bit Microsoft MS-DOS platform and Euphoria was first released ( version 1. 0 ) in July, 1993 under a proprietary licence.
The PC / AT, introduced in 1984, had three 8-bit slots and five 16-bit slots, all running at the system clock speed of 6 MHz in the earlier models and 8 MHz in the last version of the computer.
IBM designed the 8-bit version as a buffered interface to the external bus of the Intel 8088 ( 16 / 8 bit ) CPU used in the original IBM PC and PC / XT, and the 16-bit version as an upgrade for the external bus of the Intel 80286 CPU used in the IBM AT.
In 1988, Intel introduced the i386SX, a low cost version of the 80386 with a 16-bit data bus.
INTERCAL-72 ( the original version of INTERCAL ) had only four data types, the 16-bit integer ( represented with a, called a ' spot '), the 32-bit integer (, a ' twospot '), the array of 16-bit integers (, a ' tail '), and the array of 32-bit integers (, a ' hybrid ').
The Freescale 68HC12 is an enhanced 16-bit version of the 68HC11.
ARJ is currently on version 2. 86 for DOS and 3. 2 for Windows and supports 16-bit and 32-bit Intel architectures.
# Visual DialogScript 2. 5 ( 16-Bit Edition ): This version marked the last release for Windows 3. 1 + ( 16-bit ).
The 8052 was an enhanced version of the original 8051 that featured 256 bytes of internal RAM instead of 128 bytes, 8 KB of ROM instead of 4 KB, and a third 16-bit timer.
Cards designed to the original specification ( version 1. x ) are type I and feature a 16-bit interface.
* VESA Advanced Feature Connector ( VAFC ), newer version of the above VFC that widens the 8-bit bus to either a 16-bit or 32-bit bus
The SNES version used technology very similar to the original installment, with the same cartoonish graphics and basic 16-bit sound and music.
The version of Super Mario Bros. 2 included in the compilation had improved graphics and sound to match the SNES's 16-bit capabilities, as well as minor alterations in some collision mechanics.
Unlike the 16-bit SNES version, the Virtual Console version is the original Disk System version with all its original subtitles ( although like Super Mario Bros., the original game was already entirely in English ) without the loading screen.
The extended 8 KB version was then generalized into BASIC-80 ( 8080 / 85, Z80 ), and ported into BASIC-68 ( 6800 ), BASIC-69 ( 6809 ), and MOS Technology 6502-BASIC ( unfortunately spilling over to 9 KB, in an era when 8 KB ROM chips were standard ), as well as the 16-bit BASIC-86 ( 8086 / 88 ).
The 16-bit fixed width encodings, such as those from Unicode up to and including version 2. 0, are now deprecated due to the requirement to encode more characters than a 16-bit encoding can accommodate — Unicode 5. 0 has some 70, 000 Han characters — and the requirement by the Chinese government that software in China support the GB18030 character set.
Microsoft included and updated Visual C ++ 1. 5 as part of the 2. x releases up to 2. 1, which included Visual C ++ 1. 52, and both 16-bit and 32-bit version of the Control Development Kit ( CDK ) were included.

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The " ST " officially stands for " Sixteen / Thirty-two ", which referred to the Motorola 68000's 16-bit external bus and 32-bit internals.
* Microsoft Windows contains application compatibility shims to make the platform compatible with most software from earlier 32-bit and 16-bit versions ( e. g. Civilization ( circa 1991, designed for Windows 3. 0 ) running on Windows Vista ).
In September 1978, the company demonstrated an optical digital audio disc with a 150 minute playing time, 44, 056 Hz sampling rate, 16-bit linear resolution, and cross-interleaved error correction code — specifications similar to those later settled upon for the standard Compact Disc format in 1980.
The so-called " DIX " standard, for " Digital / Intel / Xerox " specified 10 Mbit / s Ethernet, with 48-bit destination and source addresses and a global 16-bit Ethertype-type field.
Initially developed ( though not publicly released ) on the Atari ST, the first commercial release was for the 16-bit Microsoft MS-DOS platform and was proprietary.
Mark Liberman calculated the storage requirements for all human speech at 42 zettabytes ( 42, 000 exabytes, and 8, 400 times the original estimate ), if digitized as 16 kHz 16-bit audio, although he did freely confess that " maybe the authors the exabyte estimate were thinking about text.
( The Industry Standard Architecture, or " ISA ", name replaced the " AT " name commonly used for the 16-bit bus.
One of Microsoft's biggest advances initially developed for Windows NT was a new 32-bit API, to replace the legacy 16-bit Windows API.
Chicago was designed to have support for 32-bit preemptive multitasking like OS / 2 and Windows NT, although a 16-bit kernel would remain for the sake of backward compatibility.
Microsoft did not change all of the Windows code to 32-bit ; parts of it remained 16-bit ( albeit not directly using real mode ) for reasons of compatibility, performance, and development time.
* An 8 / 16-bit Zero register, called 0, is provided for speeding up operations where a zero constant is used.
Like larger processors, it had automatic CALL and RET instructions for multi-level procedure calls and returns ( which could even be conditionally executed, like jumps ) and instructions to save and restore any 16-bit register-pair on the machine stack.
The only 16-bit instructions that affect any flag are DAD H / D / B, which sets the CY ( carry ) flag in order to allow for programmed 24-bit or 32-bit arithmetics ( or larger ), needed to implement floating point arithmetics, for instance.
The 80386 could correctly execute most code intended for earlier 16-bit x86 processors such as the 8088 and 80286 that were ubiquitous in early PCs.
Following the same tradition, modern 64-bit x86 processors are able to run most programs written for older chips, all the way back to the original 16-bit 8086 of 1978.
There are 65535 available variables of each type, numbered from to for 16-bit integers, for instance.
* Supervisory format PDUs, or S-format PDUs, with a 16-bit control field, which are intended to be used for supervisory functions at the LLC ( Logical Link Control ) layer.
Later in the decade, members of Lysator developed and initially built a microcomputer, the Lys-16, which was advanced for its time due to its 16-bit word size.
The IBM System / 360 has a 32-bit architecture with 16 general-purpose registers, but most of the System / 360 implementations actually use hardware that implemented a much simpler underlying microarchitecture ; for example, the System / 360 Model 30 had 8-bit data paths to the arithmetic logic unit ( ALU ) and main memory and implemented the general-purpose registers in a special unit of higher-speed core memory, and the System / 360 Model 40 had 8-bit data paths to the ALU and 16-bit data paths to main memory and also implemented the general-purpose registers in a special unit of higher-speed core memory.
The MIPS design uses 6 bits of the 32-bit word for the basic opcode ; the rest may contain a single 26-bit jump address or it may have up to four 5-bit fields specifying up to three registers plus a shift value combined with another 6-bits of opcode ; another format, among several, specifies two registers combined with a 16-bit immediate value, etc.
A range of 16-bit instructions treat the A and B registers as a combined 16-bit D register for comparison ( X and Y registers may also be compared to 16-bit memory operands ), addition, subtraction and shift operations, or can add the B accumulator to the X or Y index registers.

16-bit and Windows
Windows 95 added additional 32-bit capabilities ( however, MS-DOS, some of the kernel, and supplementary utilities such as Disk Defragment remained 16-bit ) and implemented a new object oriented user interface, elements of which are still used today.
Wine originally targeted Windows 3. x ( 16-bit ) application software, but focuses on 32-bit and 64-bit applications.
16-bit BIOS interfaces are required by certain x86 operating systems, such as DOS and Windows 3. 1 / 95 / 98 ( and all when not booted via UEFI ).
Cello was an early shareware 16-bit multipurpose web browser for Windows 3. 1 developed by Thomas R. Bruce of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School.
In computing, DLL Hell is a term for the complications that arise when working with dynamic link libraries ( DLLs ) used with Microsoft Windows operating systems, particularly legacy 16-bit editions which all run in a single memory space.
In this context, the term came about because DOS, Microsoft Windows and OS / 2 were originally written for the 8088 / 8086 and / or 80286, 16-bit microprocessors with a segmented address space where programs had to switch between segments to reach more than 64 kilobytes of code and / or data.
Operating systems like Windows or OS / 2 provide the possibility to run 16-bit ( segmented ) programs as well as 32-bit programs.
Supported platforms included Windows 3. 1 / 95, OS / 2 ( 16-bit ), Linux i386, Solaris Sparc / x86, Mac OS 7. 5 – 8. 0.
The notification area in Windows Me and later supported 16-bit high color icons.
These functions reside in < tt > kernel. exe </ tt >, < tt > krnl286. exe </ tt > or < tt > krnl386. exe </ tt > files on 16-bit Windows, and < tt > kernel32. dll </ tt > on 32-bit Windows.
It resides in < tt > gdi. exe </ tt > on 16-bit Windows, and < tt > gdi32. dll </ tt > on 32-bit Windows in user-mode.
This functional unit resides in < tt > user. exe </ tt > on 16-bit Windows, and < tt > user32. dll </ tt > on 32-bit Windows.

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