High Level Assembler - Extended Mnemonics for PLO instruction

The table below lists all documented extended mnemonics for instruction PLO (Perform Locked Operation). Each extended mnemonic links to a text section with some additional info on the pertinent pseudo opcode.

Opcode Assignments.

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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 PLO

All instructions in this table are four bytes in length. The first byte always has a value of X'EE', the second byte is the subfunction code in register 0, which determines the exact function to execute.

EE _0 _1 _2 _3 _4 _5 _6 _7 _8 _9 _A _B _C _D _E _F
0_ PLO.CL PLO.CLG PLO.CLGR PLO.CLX PLO.CS PLO.CSG PLO.CSGR PLO.CSX PLO.DCS PLO.DCSG PLO.DCSGR PLO.DCSX PLO.CSST PLO.CSSTG PLO.CSSTGR PLO.CSSTX
1_ PLO.CSDST PLO.CSDSTG PLO.CSDSTGR PLO.CSDSTX PLO.CSTST PLO.CSTSTG PLO.CSTSTGR PLO.CSTSTX                
2_                                
3_                                
4_                                
5_                                
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9_                                
A_                                
B_                                
C_                                
D_                                
E_                                
F_                                

 

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