[RC5] Client for Windows/64Bit

Fuzzy Logic fuzzymo at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 14:18:32 EDT 2005

Well, 31-bit addressing didn't come out until 1982 and wasn't
available on the 360. Perhaps that is where your confusion is?

The registers were 32-bits, but the ONLY addressing mode was 24-bit,
so there would have been no reason to refer to 31-bit addresses.


On 8/31/05, Victor A. Wagner Jr. <vawjr at rudbek.com> wrote:

> you'd be wrong, unless the 360 wasn't a mainframe
> and IBM called it a 32-bit machine back in 1968 when I was working on it

More information about the rc5 mailing list