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l4m2



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l4m2
Code:
db 0D6H    

it do the job just as
Code:
SBB AL,AL    
.So why is it there?[/code]
Post 19 Feb 2015, 10:10
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revolution
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revolution
Ask Intel. They invented it.

But anyhow the flags are altered by SBB so it isn't the same.
Post 19 Feb 2015, 10:57
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badc0de02



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i think
Code:
SALC     
is a method how to check if carry flag set idk
while
Code:
 sbb al,al    
needs 2 bytes instead of only one
Post 19 Feb 2015, 10:58
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Mikl___



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Hi, l4m2 !
because the SALC is a rudiment of command set intel 8080/8085
Post 20 Feb 2015, 01:27
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l4m2



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Mikl___ wrote:
Hi, l4m2 !
because the SALC is a rudiment of command set intel 8080/8085
So do you think it a good idea to assemble "SETC AL" into it?
Post 27 Mar 2015, 14:08
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l4m2



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I meant any time 0D6H is used for other things as $4x
Post 27 Mar 2015, 14:32
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