HP 2100/21MX assembler question

From: Jay West <jwest_at_classiccmp.org>
Date: Thu Feb 26 15:30:40 2004

DOH! I'm an idiot....

When the reference manual said "The order of execution is left to right",
they were obviously referring to the instruction combination chart, NOT to
the instruction word itself.

Nevermind *sigh*

Jay West
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From: "Jay West" <jwest_at_classiccmp.org>
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Subject: HP 2100/21MX assembler question

> If one codes a set of "micro" instructions in the Alter-Skip-Group as
> follows:
> LBL1 CLE,SEZ CLear E, Skip if E Zero
> Instruction 002140, would not one expect this to always skip the next
> instruction??? I would think E has been cleared, so the Skip if E Zero
> becomes true.
> Jay West
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