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Resurrecting commands from the 1970's

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I was reading the other day about a list of commands that were for the computers in the 1950-1970 era.

Their commands were a lot more hardware Based. For example, you could send individual bytes to individual devices.

In particular there was a command called set on fire which would over clock a particular bus and...you know.

I was wondering if these commands still exist or low level interfacing is possible?

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Well, you can get low level with Assembler. I guess you could go all out and use straight up machine code.






No need to decrypt that for you will waste your precious clock cycles. It's random gobbledygook.

Maybe list some of these old commands for our perusal and entertainment?

Edited by jaberwocky6669

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