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    Kakashi So, this isn't something?
    ‮strfry("emanresu") I thought for a second there it read straight from Google Sheets into the emulator. Boy, that would have been something.
    Screwtape https://github.com/RamiHg/RustyBoy

    RustyBoy's CPU is based on a microcode specification that is completely written in a Google Sheets document. The document describes each opcode's t-cycle execution at the micro-code level. The microcode csv is then read by the asm compiler, which verifies and compiles the microcode into its final structure. This microcode is what is actually used both by the Rust emulator, and the FPGA CPU.
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