Data must sometimes be interlaced to get it into a form that can be easily handled. By understanding how to interlace and de-interlace data, a most productive solution can be found for solving an expression.
The instructions in this chapter are easier to understand through visualization, and each processor has its set of instructions that it handles, but here is where data swizzling can easily be confusing: converting data from the output of one instruction and used as the input of another.
Figure 6-1. Little-endian data conversion
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