Doesn?t the NOT instruction perform One?s *complement* on the destination operand because if you look at the description of the NOT instruction in the MASM32?s OPCODES.HLP file you will notice that it?s written *compliment*!
Posted on 2006-10-17 01:58:01 by XCHG
It's just being polite.
Posted on 2006-10-17 03:33:01 by sinsi
comple - think accompany
compli - think accomplish
Posted on 2006-10-17 04:34:14 by Homer

comple - think accompany
compli - think accomplish


What? :lol:

erm yeah, possibly , probably, maybe,dunno
run, forest, run! :mrgreen:

you lost me there m8, plz explain.  :lol:
Posted on 2006-10-17 18:53:14 by Nice Eddie

Doesn?t the NOT instruction perform One?s *complement* on the destination operand because if you look at the description of the NOT instruction in the MASM32?s OPCODES.HLP file you will notice that it?s written *compliment*!

It's a common spelling error.

The complement of a subset (i.e., its opposite) will "complete" the whole (universal) set.
Posted on 2006-10-18 17:51:24 by tenkey