Motorola 680x0

Motorola 680x0

(processor)
Shorthand for any member for the Motorola 68000 family of microprocessors from Motorola, Inc. The "x" stands for 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6.
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First making its name compilers and programming tools for the Motorola 680x0 chip, Metrowerks went on to dominate the Apple Macintosh programming market from the launch of the first PowerPC-based machines.
Based in Augsburg, Germany, or, renamed SBS or Industrial Computers GmbH, designs, manufactures and markets CPU boards based on Intel computer architecture available in the VME, CompactPCI and PCCompact form factors, as well as VME CPU boards based on the Motorola 680X0 series processors and a series of computer input/output boards.
It is true that graphics productivity will run much faster on Macintosh systems that use PowerPC processors than they do now on personal computers that use Motorola 680x0 or Intel 486 chips.
Fat binary applications are programs that contain a full set of program code for both PowerPC and Motorola 680x0 systems.
1 for Alpha, SPARC, Motorola 680x0 and Intel x86 systems will be available from Debian distributors soon.
0 Encryption/Compression Available in the following Software formats:C source code Motorola 680x0 optimized assembly
Log Point is expanding its SuperSpeed efp C/C++ software products to support C and C++ application development on other 32-bit microprocessors, including Motorola 680x0, PowerPC, and Coldfire, Hitachi SH Series, Hewlett Packard HPPA, ARM, MIPS R3000 and R4000 series, and Mitsubishi M32R/D.
This unique design is capable of interpreting the microcode and executing the instruction sets for the Intel 80x86 (Pentium(TM)-486), the Motorola 680x0 (Apple Macintosh (TM)) or the MIPS R3000 processors.
the Intel 960 and 80X86 families as well as the Motorola 680X0 and 683XX
0 Encryption/Compression Available in the following formats: Software C source code Motorola 680x0 optimized assembly
This five day "fast track" course teaches developers to write a standalone Mac OS application in C language that is compatible with systems based on both Motorola 680x0 and PowerPC processors.