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Anyone know of a site that has just about every single ASM opcode and a good description of it? Thanks.
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No descriptions in that site..
I want one with descriptions.. (and a better format)
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For which processor?  (Sheesh!)

If you're concerned with the Intel x86 processors, why not go straight to the source?  You can get any of the Intel reference manuals right from their website.  Volume #2 of the Software Developer's Manual contains a complete reference, including descriptions, addressing mode encodings, and timing information.

It's at.


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For which processor?  (Sheesh!)

If you're concerned with the Intel x86 processors, why not go straight to the source?  You can get any of the Intel reference manuals right from their website.  Volume #2 of the Software Developer's Manual contains a complete reference, including descriptions, addressing mode encodings, and timing information.

It's in Adobe Acrobat format at http://developer.intel.com/design/PentiumII/manuals/243191.htm.

The site also has information on getting printed copies of the book from Intel's Literature Center.

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<messiah>.. this is the best opcode listing I found for the x86 processors...and it works as a TSR for Dos...  all you need is there....glad to see more assembler boys out there....good luck!

ftp://ftp.simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/msdos/info/helppc21.zip
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For the Intel Processor.. 386-486 opcodes.. i don't need or want Pentium II, MMX or anything along those lines..
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The help file "Opcodes"(83k),in the MASM32 package, contains all of the opcodes,their mnemonic, and a description of each instruction.

It can be found at:
http://www.pbq.com.au/home/hutch/DOWNLOAD/Opcodes2.zip

Your other option is to download Mnemonix(11k). Mnemonix is a popup program with over 900 hex opcodes and their corresponding mnemonic.

Get it at:
http://www.pbq.com.au/home/hutch/DOWNLOAD/Mnemonix.exe

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