[Oberon] Oberon-07 division types and size of RISC system

Paul Reed paulreed at paddedcell.com
Wed Nov 12 14:57:28 CET 2014

Couple of corrections to recent posts:

> In Oberon-07 that's different.
>   Numeric types don't build a hierarchy and the operands of / have to have
> the same type.
>   480 / 100 results in 4 (INTEGER)    480. / 100. result in 4.8 (REAL)

No, / is for REAL and DIV is for INTEGER in Oberon-07.

And, from earlier, just to make it clear, the RISC Project Oberon (2013)
system runs in 1MB, not 1GB.


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