"Halt I/O" has previously been defined with opcode '9E'.
Originally, the second byte of the instruction was not used, and not regarded as part of the opcode. When additional I/O instructions were needed, the second byte was redefined as part of the opcode.
The description of this instruction is not yet complete.
Want to help us write the descriptions? Please contact Abe Kornelis.
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