Intel OpCodes

Posted on 1998-05-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-04
i need a table or a list to convert the HEX OpCodes in an EXE or COM file to ASM.

like BH 05 20 = mov bh,20h   (just an example i dunno)

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ID: 1016556
Get thy self to a book store and purchase an Intel iX86 progtramming book.

Or, load the file into the DOS program and do
u 100

and then have fun.  Your in for one HELL of a lot of work!!!

Author Comment

ID: 1016557
i didnt find found anything at a store or the libraries here. I were looking for a file or something here on the net

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FuzzyLogic earned 50 total points
ID: 1016558
Check Intel manuals:
But also check
ftp://...../2341901.pdf; 23419201.pdf

A nice list is in


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