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It does not support the direct addressing of BITs. 2 BYTE Operands A BYTE is an unsigned, 8-bit variable that can take on values from 0 through 255 (28–1). Arithmetic and relational operators can be applied to BYTE operands, but the result must be interpreted in modulo 256 arithmetic. Logical operations on BYTEs are applied bitwise. Bits within BYTEs are labeled from 0 to 7; bit 0 is the least-significant bit. There are no alignment restrictions for BYTEs, so they may be placed anywhere in the address space.

The architecture directly supports the QUAD-WORD operand only as the operand of the EBMOVI instruction. For this operation, the QUAD-WORD variable must reside in the lower register file and must be aligned at an address that is evenly divisible by eight. 9 Converting Operands The instruction set supports conversions between the operand types. The LDBZE (load byte, zero extended) instruction converts a BYTE to a WORD. CLR (clear) converts a WORD to a DOUBLE-WORD by clearing (writing zeros to) the upper WORD of the DOUBLE-WORD.

Stores the value of the source (leftmost) word operand into the destination (rightmost) operand. This instruction allows you to move data from the lower register file to anywhere in the address space. It operates in extended indirect and extended indexed modes. ESTB Extended store byte. Stores the value of the source (leftmost) byte operand into the destination (rightmost) operand. This instruction allows you to move data from the lower register file to anywhere in the address space. It operates in extended indirect and extended indexed modes.

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