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Old 20th September 2017, 04:17 AM
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If your theory was accurate, then yes, it's guaranteed by definition to work.

That is, if you're correct about self-modifying code being the cause. Self-modifying code invalidates the instruction cache on the x86 server's side when any recompiler is used. An interpreter does not have an x86 server but only the MIPS client and does not have to synchronize anything if code space were overwritten, so the problem of self-modifying code becomes irrelevant which means an interpreter core should invalidate any issues caused by cheat codes being corrupted by self-modifying code.
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