If the first and second operands are unequal, the second operand is loaded at the first-operand location.
Next, the first operand is transformed by aligning a least significant bit of the first operand to a lowest bit position of a transformed operand having a bit size equal to the second operand (254).
Both the mantissa operand and the exponent operand are representative of a second multi-precision operand that is based on the signal vector to be encoded.
The adder may be to add a first operand X and a second operand Y to obtain an output operand having a bit length n.
The second operand has a greater bit width than the first operand.
The addend, augend, and final sum are binary numbers, each having a plurality of bits.
Bits of the same order in the addend and the augend are organized into columns.
For each bit in a third operand of the instruction that is set to one, the corresponding bit of the rotated elements in the second operand replaces the corresponding bit in a first operand of the instruction.
The yield instruction includes an operand.
The other operand is expressed in standard base.
The comparing of the first operand and the second operand is then based upon the Z flag status, if needed, after the subtraction of the first operand highest order word is subtracted from the second operand highest order word.