On Jul 28, 2006, at 3:15 PM, Daniel Martin wrote:

>> 2. Set up the registers and other assorted things so they can be  
>> modified.
>
> I'll note that the spec. nowhere tells us what the initial, power-on
> values of the registers are.  My personal recommendation is that
> people intialize the registers with random values, so that bad chip-8
> programs would be caught.  As an addition, it might be nice to accept
> command line arguments to initialize the registers.

I would think nils would be more likely to blow up with a problem in  
the later math operations.

James Edward Gray II