"Word-addressable is a
In computer science, a word is an ordered set of
bytes or bits (typically 2 bytes, or 16 bits) that is the normal unit in which information may be stored, transmitted, or operated on within a given computer.
Typically, if a processor has a fixed-length instruction set, then the instruction length equals the word length.
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