The PDP-11 architecture is an instruction set architecture (ISA) developed by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). It is implemented by central processing units (CPUs) and microprocessors used in minicomputers of the same name.
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... A (false) folk myth is that the instruction set architecture of the PDP-11 influenced the idiomatic use of the B programming language ... The PDP-11's increment and decrement addressing modes correspond to the −−i and i++ constructs in C ... contradicts this folk myth, noting that the PDP-11 did not yet exist at the time of B's creation ...
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