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April 20, 2014 at 11:15 am
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Say you have two values on the belt, a and b, and you conditionally add one to a. Then either your belt looks like (a b) or (a+1 a b). How does the compiler then address value b in the code that follows? It is either b1 or b2, but how can the compiler know?
edit: I see this may have been answered in an earlier comment. If I understand right, at the end of the conditionally executed branch you would have a conform operation which reshuffles the belt. Is that a single-cycle operation?
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