Reading Hennesy's book "Computer Organization and Design" it is mentioned "Register.Rd" and "Register.Rs" but what does it mean? The .Rd, .Rt and .Rs parts I can't understand, on page 365:
I'm trying to understand what the following bit of behavioral code, what kind of hardware it turns into: ...
Wikipedia says that many of the early machines were accumulator-based machines. My guess is that in those machines the accumulator did not play the role of a speed-up register as do registers in today ...