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sevs 04-09-2010 02:53 PM

Intel machine codes.
 
Hi there!
I have some idea. But to implement it I need to know Intel's machine codes. I mean not the assembler commands explanation, but something in sort of 'Instruction Set Table'. I've got one, but it is for 32-bit addressing mode only. I need at least 16-bit addressing mode Instruction Set Table.
If you have such, why not share it with somebody like me?

Thanks in advance.
Sorry for bad English.
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In need of help.

Sergei Steshenko 04-09-2010 03:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sevs (Post 3930204)
Hi there!
I have some idea. But to implement it I need to know Intel's machine codes. I mean not the assembler commands explanation, but something in sort of 'Instruction Set Table'. I've got one, but it is for 32-bit addressing mode only. I need at least 16-bit addressing mode Instruction Set Table.
If you have such, why not share it with somebody like me?

Thanks in advance.
Sorry for bad English.
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In need of help.

Look for

8086 instructions set

or similar. It should be somewhere on Intel site.

Also, you can use an x86 assembly and produced by it listing to obtain the needed machine codes from mnemonics.

hpsmouse 04-10-2010 01:08 PM

Well, I remember in the book "Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer’s Manual" there is some introduction to instruction format, including those working with 16-bit modes.


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