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SR-52 was a giant leap. How?
06-17-2017, 05:10 PM
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RE: SR-52 was a giant leap. How?
This helps clarify the challenge. The way I thought about the transition was by way of economising code. For example, not literal:

In lieu of hyperbolics and inverses, that space of code was used for conditional tests and branching.

Instead of SR-51 US/Metric conversion codes, pending level, parentheses code,

Instead of SR-51 statistics/linear regression, 224 program steps 20 (79 extended) data registers.

In other words, the technologies were there, but it was a matter of coding and quad chips.

Right? Or were there challenges I've not considered?
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RE: SR-52 was a giant leap. How? - Matt Agajanian - 06-17-2017 05:10 PM

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