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The Joy of Bit-Twiddling

Poll #1029493 Assembly FTW

Which CPU families have you written assembly code for?

PowerPC
0(0.0%)
x86
3(10.3%)
ARM
0(0.0%)
SPARC
0(0.0%)
Alpha
0(0.0%)
PIC
0(0.0%)
Blackfin
0(0.0%)
MIPS
0(0.0%)
6502
0(0.0%)
Z-80
2(6.9%)
Cell
0(0.0%)
68k
0(0.0%)
8051
0(0.0%)
other
3(10.3%)
none
5(17.2%)

What vector processing architectures have you written for?

x86 (SSE3, etc)
1(16.7%)
PowerPC (Altivec)
1(16.7%)
Cell
0(0.0%)
other
3(50.0%)

For which sorts of target?

Regular computer
10(43.5%)
TV-based console (eg SNES, Wii)
0(0.0%)
Portable console (eg PSP, DS)
0(0.0%)
Other embedded device
4(17.4%)
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