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9.41.5 Opcodes

For detailed information on the SH machine instruction set, see SH-Microcomputer User's Manual (Renesas) or SH-4 32-bit CPU Core Architecture (SuperH) and SuperH (SH) 64-Bit RISC Series (SuperH).

as implements all the standard SH opcodes. No additional pseudo-instructions are needed on this family. Note, however, that because as supports a simpler form of PC-relative addressing, you may simply write (for example)

     mov.l  bar,r0

where other assemblers might require an explicit displacement to bar from the program counter:

     mov.l  @(disp, PC)