80386 instruction set

Insert a selected single-precision floating-point value at the specified destination element and zero out destination elements. They are shared with the FPU registers. The Wikibook x86 Assembly has a page on the topic of:

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The all new virtual mode or VM86 made it possible to run one or more real mode programs in a protected environment, although some programs were not compatible. Jump and execute instructions in the undocumented Alternate Instruction Set. The upgrade was a pair of chips that replaced both the and Pop data from stack. iinstruction

Intel 80386

Since the DX design contained an FPUthe chip that replaced the contained the floating-point functionality, and the chip that replaced the served very little purpose. The instruction brings down the upper word of the doubleword register without affecting its upper 16 bits.

AMD introduced its compatible Am processor in March after overcoming legal obstacles, thus ending Intel's 4. Retrieved from " https: Over the years, successively newer implementations of the same architecture have become several hundreds of times faster than the original and thousands of times faster than the In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

Performance differences were due not only to differing data-bus widths, but also due to performance-enhancing cache memories often employed on boards using the original chip.

Views Read Edit View history. The and P5 Pentium line of processors were descendants of the design. The Wikibook x86 Assembly has a page on the topic of: Available beginning withdocumented since Pentium earlier documentation lists no arguments. Added with Phenom processors.

Added with Xeon series and initial Core 2. Not a real instruction.

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The ability for a to be set up to act like it had a flat memory model in protected mode despite the fact that it uses a segmented memory model in all modes would arguably be the most important feature change for the x86 processor family until AMD released x in SMMas well as different "sleep" modes to conserve battery power.

Interrupt return; D suffix means bit return, F suffix means do not generate epilogue code i. Introduced in Intel's Xeon Phi x This page was last edited on 24 Octoberat Not all of the processors already manufactured were affected, so Intel tested its inventory. The string is copied one byte 8-bit character at a time.

Shift Arithmetically left signed shift left. The protected modewhich debuted in thewas extended to allow the to address up to 4 GB of memory. Supported in AMD processors starting with the Piledriver architecture and Intel starting with Haswell processors and Broadwell processors since See also x86 assembly language for a quick tutorial for this processor family.

Generates an invalid opcode.

Chapter 17 Instruction Set

This kind of calling convention supports reentrant and recursive code and has been used by Algol-like languages since the late s. For the instruction set first introduced in thesee IA Please consider splitting content into sub-articles, condensing it, or adding or removing subheadings. The first personal computer to make use of the was designed and manufactured by Compaq [8] and marked the first time a fundamental component in the IBM PC compatible de facto -standard was updated by a company instructiom than IBM.

The CPU remained fully bit internally, but the bit bus was intended to simplify circuit-board layout and reduce total cost.

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