Re: [stella] the B. Watson's problem...

Subject: Re: [stella] the B. Watson's problem...
From: "Thomas Jentzsch" <tjentzsch@xxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2001 12:24:15 +0200
Eckhard Stolberg wrote:
> > Is the SEI at the beginning of most games unnecessary then?
> Not really. The 6507 has no interrupt connections on the outside,
> but the interrupt lines on the inside are still there. So theoretically
> it might be possible that an interrupt signal could accidentally be
> generated in the processor.

Accidentally possible? How?
Has anybody every produced an interrupt? 
What would happen then? Would the PC jump to the address store at the interupt vector address? 
Would this be emulated correct?

Lots of questions, but information could be useful.

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