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CPU Registries are the most important tool for writing a program in an XML 86embly. Registries are like tags installed in the CPU. The use of register instead of storage to save data makes the operation quicker and neater. However, the issue with the XML86 series of CPUs is that there are few tabs that can be used.
The section below explains the primary use of each registry and how to use it. But most of them you can use any one of the free ones. This is a listing of the available registries on the 386 and higher processor. Displays the 32-bit registries.
The most of them can be downsized to 16 or even 8 bits index. The general indexes, as the name suggests, are the ones we use most of the times. Most of the statements are executed on these indexes. All of them can be divided into 16 and 8-Bit registers. EAX,AX,AH,AL: Call the accumulator registry.
C ×: Contains the code section in which your application is running. The DS: Contains the data segments that your application is accessing. S ×: Contains the stack segments used by your application.
You have different applications, but each tab has a different feature. These are used for some period of times with a segments tab to point to a remote adress ( in a 1Mb range). Registers with the suffix "E" can only be used in secure state. EFLAGS registers maintain the state of the processors.
The 80386 and higher processor registries are not well researched by Intel. They are subdivided into check register, test register, test register and segment register for the protective state. I understand that the command register is used together with the segments register in proprietary modus operandi, all of which are available on 80386 and higher processor, with the exception of the test register which has been deleted from the device.
CR0 to CR4 are CRs, DR0 to DR7 are CRs, TR3 to TR7 are test register and GDTR (Global Descriptor Table Register), LDTR (Local DTR), and TR (Interrupt Descriptor Table Register) are the segments of the controlled state.