13 Aug '17, 11am

Hacker News - The Secret Life of the Pi

Hacker News - The Secret Life of the Pi

Registers are used to store a number, and a CPU will have several, with names like R0, R1, R2 and so on. These are (usually) general-purpose registers that temporarily store instructions and data while the CPU is executing an instruction. There is a special register called Program Counter or PC. It contains a value that usually increases as each instruction is processed. The instructions come from memory such as RAM or ROM. The flow is that the blue robot consults the PC to determine which location in memory the instruction or data needs to be fetched from. The yellow robot consults a table to determine where that location resides (the RAM or ROM could be inside the same microchip, or on another chip on the Pi). Once the location has been determined, the instruction or data is fetched, and either processed further or placed in a register. As an example, a particular instru...

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