Willsy Posted September 27, 2013 Share Posted September 27, 2013 Yes, but that doesn't gain you anything, as far as I can see. Because, as you said, the address just wraps. So, you write a value to a memory location, and then read it back. And? If the address wraps, then you'll always get back what you wrote: If it's a 16K 9918 the address wraps, so you get back what you wrote. If it's a xxK 9938 the address doesn't wrap, so you get back what you wrote. At least, that's how I see it, unless I'm missing something? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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