Talk:Interrupt vector table

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Regarding this article's relevance, and merging other articles' content[edit]

The entire text for an existing article at this location had been removed and replaced with a redirect to the "Interrupt Descriptor Table" article, which is descriptive specifically of the x86 implementation of this concept. This is a concept that applies to multiple processor architectures, and therefore, should have a generalized article. Information regarding specific implementations of this concept should be placed into sub-sections of the generalized article 75.84.15.136 (talk) 01:50, 5 December 2011 (UTC)

They're called interrupt vector tables on Intel. Leave well enough alone and don't apply the typical Wikipedia skew.