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Condition code suffixes

Instructions that can be conditional have an optional two character condition code suffix.

Condition codes are shown in syntax descriptions as {cond}. The following table shows the condition codes that you can use:

Table 7-1 Condition code suffixes

SuffixMeaning
EQEqual
NENot equal
CSCarry set (identical to HS)
HSUnsigned higher or same (identical to CS)
CC Carry clear (identical to LO)
LOUnsigned lower (identical to CC)
MIMinus or negative result
PLPositive or zero result
VSOverflow
VCNo overflow
HIUnsigned higher
LSUnsigned lower or same
GESigned greater than or equal
LTSigned less than
GTSigned greater than
LESigned less than or equal
ALAlways (this is the default)

Note

The meaning of some of these condition codes depends on whether the instruction that last updated the condition flags is a floating-point or integer instruction.
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