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Perl 6 Essentials by Leopold Tötsch, Dan Sugalski, Allison Randal

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PASM Quick Reference

This is a condensed list of PASM opcodes, sorted alphabetically for easy reference. For complete details on each opcode and the latest changes, read docs/core_ops.pod, or look at all the .ops files in the main Parrot source directory. We’ve followed a few conventions. DEST is always the register where the result of the operation is stored. Sometimes the original value of DEST is one of the source values. VAL indicates that the actual value might be a literal integer, float, or string, or a register containing an integer, float, string, or PMC. See core.ops for the combinations allowed with a particular operation.

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