The Apple II running at 1 Mhz compared to a Raspberry Pi 2?

What the ratio on drystones.
Then whetstones.
In the wet or dry, you can always remain well fixed to
the road with a raspberry pi.
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pigwell
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If you programmed in assembler, you'd understand that one instruction, in ,000,001 seconds.
Is alot of instructions to play with.
But, how much of that is loops.
The more loops, the more inefficient.
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pigwell
except that most instructions on a 6502 take 2 or 3 cycles
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