RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture (ISA), as a new generation of open source instruction set architecture, is the latest, simple, clear, open source instruction set architecture. The goal of the RISC-V instruction set architecture is to make it work efficiently on all the smallest to fastest computer equipment. The RISC-V instruction set architecture emphasizes simplicity to ensure its low cost, and at the same time has a large number of registers and transparent instruction execution speed, thereby helping compilers and assembly language programmers to translate practically important issues into appropriate and efficient code.
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