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machine language

A set of instructions written in symbols and graphic representations in a logical language understood by computers; it is flexible but error-prone, requiring advanced skill to write computer progams in it.
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A four-stage (fetch-decode-execute-write back) pipeline executes one instruction per clock cycle, yielding a 20 ns instruction cycle when running at 50 MHz.
highest-in-class performance of 50ns per instruction cycle, an increase of 250% over previous IKAP MCUs
educational engineering services for the design, creation and provision of digital educational resources for students and teachers of 3 e and 4 e of instruction cycles in force in September 2016, and related services for the Ministry of national education, higher education and research .
Saving 8 bytes of data requires a total of 42 instruction cycles (23 for the context save and 19 for the restore).
By offloading the overhead of basic processing functions, the ARM processor is freed up to dedicate its instruction cycles to the more complex processing functions it is optimized for.