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Commodore 128 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1660 words)
The Commodore 128 (C128, CBM 128, C=128) home/personal computer was Commodore Business Machines (CBM)'s last commercially released 8-bit machine.
The second of the C128's two CPUs was the Zilog Z80, which allowed the C128 to run CP/M; the machine came with CP/M 3.0, aka CP/M Plus (backward compatible with CP/M 2.2) and ADM31/3A terminal emulation.
To make a large application software library instantly available at launch, the Commodore 128 CP/M and accompanying 1571 floppy disk drive was designed to run almost all Kaypro-specific CP/M software without modification.
CAST-128 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (289 words)
According to some sources, the "CAST" name is based on the initials of its inventors, though Bruce Schneier reports the authors' claim that "the name should conjure up images of randomness" (Schneier, 1996).
CAST-128 is a 12- or 16-round Feistel network with a 64-bit block size and a key size of between 40 to 128 bits (but only in 8-bit increments).
The full 16 rounds are used when the key size is longer than 80 bits.
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