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    SubjectRe: NOP instruction
    On Tue, 15 Dec 1998, Chipzz wrote:

    > I've always wondered... A much used NOP "instruction" is
    > OR AX,AX (or similar);

    Intel's NOP is actually XCHG AX,AX / XCHG EAX,EAX and it doesn't change
    any flags. OR AX,AX would alter them.

    > But doesn't this, as well as MOV DI,DI, set the zero flag???

    MOV DI,DI also doesn't change flags.

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