As we know, in x86 PC devices, there are some kinds of registers that are write_clear, that is, if we write "1" to the register, the register will be cleared. So I want to know if there are any ...
Reading Hennesy's book "Computer Organization and Design" it is mentioned "Register.Rd" and "Register.Rs" but what does it mean? The .Rd, .Rt and .Rs parts I can't understand, on page 365:
This is the algorithm in flow diagram for addition and subtraction in computers. A(s) is the sign bit of A B(s) is the sign bit of B //(s) denotes the subscript E is the register that has a ...