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X86_Disassembly

X86_Disassembly

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Floating point values tend to be 32-bit data values (for float) or 64-bit data values (for double). These values

are distinguished from ordinary integer-valued variables because they are used with floating-point instructions.

Floating point instructions typically start with the letter f. For instance, fadd, fcmp, and similar instructions are

used with floating point values. Of particular note are the fload instruction and variants. These instructions take

an integer-valued variable and converts it into a floating point variable.

We will discuss floating point variables in more detail in a later chapter.

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