High Level Assembler - Extended Mnemonics for BRC instruction

The table below lists all documented extended mnemomics for instruction BRC (Branch Relative on Condition). Each extended mnemonic links to a text section with some additional info on the pertinent pseudo opcode.

Opcode Assignments.

Remark:
Please note that the creation of descriptions for all individual instructions is an ongoing process. As yet no such descriptions have been created for the opcodes on this page.

Extended Mnemonics for BRC

All instructions in this table are six bytes in length. The first byte always has a value of X'A7' and the second half of the second byte always has a value of X'4'. The first half of the second byte is the mask to be used for determining whether or not to take the branch. This mask designates the exact pseudo opcode.

Entries with a slightly darker background are not (and never were) supported by IBM's version of HLASM. The associated extended mnemonics are printed in italics.

A7.4 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
  JNOP
BRNOP
BRO
JO
BRH
BRP
JH
JP
BRNLE
JNLE
BRL
BRM
JL
JM
BRNHE
JNHE
BRLH
JLH
BRNE
BRNZ
JNE
JNZ
BRE
BRZ
JE
JZ
BRNLH
JNLH
BRHE
JHE
BRNL
BRNM
JNL
JNM
BRLE
JLE
BRNH
BRNP
JNH
JNP
BRNO
JNO
BRU
J
JUMP

 

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