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How the RISC-V Atomic Extension Gives You Superior Bit Manipulation Capabilities | Bill Giovino, Digi-Key

The rate of RISC-V architecture adoption is quickly snowballing, and for good reason, its influence in the industry is increasing.

Besides the core architecture and its true reduced instruction set architecture (ISA), it is enhanced by a series of standardized extensions (Figure 1). For example, a 32-bit RISC-V core (RV32) that supports single-precision floating-point and also compressed instructions would be designated RV32FC, per the extension list shown.

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