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Reduced Instruction Set Computer is a CPU design strategy based on the insight that a simplified instruction set (as opposed to a complex set) provides higher performance when combined with a microprocessor architecture capable of executing those instructions using fewer microprocessor cycles per instruction.

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Dump Headunit Software

I am a computer engineering senior and have a few quick questions i couldn't find any hits about online. I know just enough to get myself into trouble. Note: I have no specialized tools just a DMM and ...
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Is this file compressed, and if yes what type of compression is it. And how can I find it myself

I'm once again stuck on a binary image, which seems like it might be compressed, but I can't find any way to detect the compression used, let alone decompress it. The binary in question is from a "...
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MSP430 - IDA Pro Free Binary Dump

I have a assembly dump from a MSP430 binary in a normal ascii text file as below: 46f4 <strcpy> 46f4: 0d4f mov r15, r13 46f6: 023c jmp #0x46fc <strcpy+0x8> 46f8: ...
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How do I found out what register used for stack pointer on RISC architectures?

On some RISC architectures there's no notion of stack pointer register - there's some register, used to hold a stack pointer and address of the stack frame, but nowhere told explicitly what. So, how ...