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Jan Waclawek
08/16/07 08:16
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#143349 - 18 cycles
Responding to: Jan Waclawek's previous message
Meantime, Juergen Christoph posted an another version of the "algorithmic" CRC-CCITT into the code library - and it's 1 cycle better than mine! (21 cycles, if the "Keil-compatibility" is off - I did not count but Juergen did - it's said in the "header")

This is the sort of challenge I like, of course, so I added a new one into the code library file, this time 18 cycles (I had to press the "refresh" button in the browser to see the new file not the old one from cache). It does not use B, but does use R0 (or R1 if someone want). I did not attempt to be Keil-compatible, though...

JW


List of 32 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
CRC16 CCITT - What a challenge!      Jan Waclawek      08/06/07 13:08      
   Have you seen this?      Richard Erlacher      08/06/07 17:40      
      Of course!      Jan Waclawek      08/07/07 02:36      
         Balance      Russ Cooper      08/07/07 07:16      
            I know, Russ,      Jan Waclawek      08/07/07 07:53      
         Code? What code?      Russ Cooper      08/07/07 07:24      
            in the code library - look to the left column      Jan Waclawek      08/07/07 07:37      
               Thanks! I missed that note in the first post.      Russ Cooper      08/07/07 08:37      
   I need a hint      Russ Cooper      08/11/07 00:56      
      write down the bits      Jan Waclawek      08/11/07 01:22      
         Thanks for the hint      Russ Cooper      08/12/07 11:12      
            Your observations plus a comparison in C      Dan Henry      08/12/07 11:58      
               The rest of the story ...      Russ Cooper      08/12/07 16:43      
                  Compilers, but Keil C51 8.09 for the stated 28~      Dan Henry      08/12/07 17:04      
                  and this processes only a nibble, isn't it...      Jan Waclawek      08/12/07 23:27      
                     No, it process the entire byte.      Dan Henry      08/13/07 12:59      
                        now it\'s my pencil time...      Jan Waclawek      08/13/07 13:40      
                           FYFI      Dan Henry      08/13/07 14:40      
                              Clarification re: 8-bit optimized term      Dan Henry      08/13/07 17:46      
                              on optimisation      Jan Waclawek      08/14/07 02:56      
                                 Jan's optimization      Dan Henry      08/14/07 07:16      
                                    Re: on optimization      Dan Henry      08/19/07 09:18      
                                       Can you please be more specific?      Jan Waclawek      08/19/07 13:56      
                                          More specifically ...      Dan Henry      08/25/07 15:10      
            and what      Jan Waclawek      08/12/07 23:27      
               More on checksums        Russ Cooper      08/18/07 09:59      
   No reason to hide the excreted code      Dan Henry      08/12/07 17:41      
      Excreted code needs context like any other code      Dan Henry      08/12/07 19:01      
   One More Comment      Michael Karas      08/13/07 02:45      
      ... and a marginal remark ...      Jan Waclawek      08/13/07 07:02      
         Init all ones frequently specified      Dan Henry      08/13/07 13:06      
   18 cycles      Jan Waclawek      08/16/07 08:16      

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