Dec 072017
 
Assembly language OPCODEs for 8086/88/186/188/286 CPUs and -87 co-processors. Includes ASCII & WordPerfect 5.0 files. Nice print out for reference.
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Assembly language OPCODEs for 8086/88/186/188/286 CPUs and -87 co-processors. Includes ASCII & WordPerfect 5.0 files. Nice print out for reference.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
NDPCODES.TXT 15019 2023 deflated
OPCODES.TXT 26002 3141 deflated
OPCODES.WP5 49507 3988 deflated
README.1ST 1408 806 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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OPCODE.ARC : Complete 8086/88/186/188/286 and 8087/80287 Opcode
Tables

This archive contains two files:

OPCODES.TXT - Complete processor op-code table.
NDPCODES.TXT - Complete coprocessor op-code table

These two documents are hereby placed in the PUBLIC DOMAIN by the
author.

These two tables are formatted for 5.5 x 8.5 manual pages. They
are the result
of my going through my reference tools and cleaning up a bit. I
am providing
them to the programming community out of conscience. I've gotten
an awful lot
of good code and information out of the Public Domain over the
years, so here is
a small contribution. If you want a fairly complete map of
PC-compatible
low-memory, get a copy of LOWMEM2.ARC, which is also one of my
tools. The
sources for this set of documents are many, but mostly consist of
Intel and
Microsoft manuals. If you find any problems, let me know, so
that I can update
both my copy and the on-line ones. Also, if someone would like
to extend these
two tables to include 80386/7 data, please send the info to me
and I will
include it. Remember the Public Domain motto: SHOW ME YOURS

Author: Michael L. Mohle [CIS: 76340,650 Source BEA751]
Princeton-Galax Systems
9 Grover Ave.
Princeton, NJ 08540
(609)924-4149



OPCODES.WP5 = WordPerfect 5.0 version of OPCODE.TXT
added 4/6/90


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