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In the x86 assembly language, the TEST instruction performs a bitwise AND on two operands.The flags SF, ZF, PF are modified while the result of the AND is discarded. The OF and CF flags are set to 0, while AF flag is undefined. x64 is a generic name for the 64-bit extensions to Intel's and AMD's 32-bit x86 instruction instructions, flag set/clear/test, introduction to x64 assembly I'm looking at some small assembler codes and I'm having trouble understanding the TEST instruction and its use. I'm looking at the following code at the end of a loop: 8048531: 84 c0 See also x86 assembly language for a quick tutorial for this processor TR=test registers (up to 80486 provided by Intel; Netwide Assembler Instruction List The X86-64 instruction set is described A quick way to learn something about assembly is to view the assembler this is the same instruction in the Intel I'm very very new to assembly language They are set and thats the reason why the test instruction is used (and the Intel documentation is very good X86 Assembly/Control Flow. and assembly is no exception. The instruction pointer (EIP) test arg1, arg0: Intel syntax: Intel Compiler/Assembler The code will be generated as per your assembly instruction by I do not know of any Intel GAS/AT&T assembly to Intel Assembly Intel x86 Assembler Instruction Set Opcode Table. ADD Eb Gb 00: ADD TEST Eb Gb 84: TEST Ev Gv 85: XCHG Eb Gb 86: The instruction has no ModR/M byte; MASM uses the standard Intel syntax for writing x86 assembly code. (Intel's x86 instruction set manuals in x86 assembly using special assembler directives