Wed, 18 Aug 1999 20:53:34 +0200
> So, I've been rereading some docs lately, and am wondering what
> 'architected' really is.
Isn't the obvious meaning "defined by the architecture" as opposed to
> "The architected operation of a module (including execution of a PDC)
> must not require the use of any non-architected PDC procedures. It must
> also not require the use of any non-architected options in architected
> PDC produces."
"You don't have to do implementation-specific things unless you want to do
implementation-specific things", I guess.