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Sample SIMD Assembly code

Posted on 2009-04-10
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Dear experts,

Do you have any assembly code sample that using SIMD (Single Instruction Multiple Data) (Intel X86) to share? Would be better if the sample  has code explanation.

Best regards.
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About 7 years ago another user, DanRollins, put down a challenge-question which I attended to as well. It is a very long thread, but look for mm1/mm2 etc for the MMX registers (part of SIMD) and you should quickly come into the areas of my comments. They have been given quite a lot of explanations, so if you have the time, you can learn quite a bit on using MMX and assembly in general:

part 1: http:Q.20272901.html
part 2:  http:Q.20280946.html
part 3: http:Q.20283475.html

The subject is very hard, unless you are familiar with ASM.
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Thanks ABel!
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