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

Subject: Re: [stella] the B. Watson's problem...
From: "Eckhard Stolberg" <Eckhard_Stolberg@xxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2001 14:37:00 +0200
> 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.

Actually I'm not sure if there really is a theoratical chance that
the 6507 might detect an interrupt. But it definately wouldn't happen
due to anything that the program can control. I was more thinking
of the internal interrupt line in the 6507 accidentally picking up
some electronic noise or something.

But if the 6502 would get triggered by the interrupt line, it would
most likely react like a normal 6502.

Ciao, Eckhard Stolberg

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