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Daniel KusswurmModern X86 Assembly Language Programminghttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4063-2_11

11. AVX2 Programming – Extended Instructions

Daniel Kusswurm1 
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Geneva, IL, USA
 

In this chapter, you learn how to use some of the instruction set extensions that were introduced in Chapter 8. The first section contains a couple of source code examples that exemplify use of the scalar and packed fused-multiply-add (FMA) instructions. The second section covers instructions that involve the general-purpose registers. This section includes source code examples that explain flagless multiplication and bit shifting. It also surveys some of the enhanced bit-manipulation instructions. The final section discusses the instructions that ...

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