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Yep, they were always pretty close - but the Z80 got much wider "general purpose" acceptance, so it got the further development the 1802 didn't but probably should have.
The 32MHz Z180 was a seriously usable chip that you can still get new and cheap today.

Not looking for a Nerd War: we're both outclassed by more modern designs like ARM and even PIC these days... Sigh | :sigh:
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