F²MC-8 datasheets?

Currently descendents of some of these are still available from Infineon (which recently aquired Cypress, which once merged with Spansion which long ago was a Fujitsu-AMD Joint-Venture).

instruction set, sections on memory and addressing, register set and interrupt handling.

"Note: Unlike the F2MC-8, the contents of the A and T registers are not saved to the stack during interrupt processing."

"Operands used by multiple-operand instructions are stored in mnemonic order (reverse of F2MC-8 order)."

Now I'm looking for documentation on the original F2MC-8, and also wonder where it was used.


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Philipp Klaus Krause
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