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QuestionHow to map a matrix index to a memory location Pin
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There may be, depending on the processor and number of columns and size of elements. Some processors give fast access to separate bytes of a register (or in the first place form a larger register by adjoining several smaller registers), then perhaps you can form an address almost for free by creating y in the low byte and x in the high byte of the address (likely with an offset otherwise the matrix has to start at 0). This applies to z80 and 8086 and probably some other old CISC architectures (not modern x86 though - it's still possible but no longer actually fast). On a RISC architecture that sort of trick usually doesn't exist. It also typically wastes a lot of memory (you can use the gaps of course but they're fragmented).
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