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Old 26 May 2013, 00:02   #51
roy bates
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Originally Posted by Mrs Beanbag View Post
I don't believe there is a file structure as such, it's not a disk-like device, it's more like a block of RAM that you can't change. It contains a program starting at a certain fixed address, so the CPU just jumps straight in when you turn it on.

have a look at whats in the rom image

its interesting.

say for instance the rom has multiple programs(it does) and if you see the programs as files that are launched in a specific order(and can be accessed at any time after boot),then wouldnt you agree the rom has a file structure.

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