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Instruction set architecture

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The instruction set architecture (ISA) is

the part of the processor that is visible to the programmer or compiler writer. The ISA serves as the boundary between software and hardware.[1]

References Edit

  1. "Instruction Set Architecture (ISA)" (full-text).

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