BT r/m16,reg16 ; o16 0F A3 /r [386]
BT r/m32,reg32 ; o32 0F A3 /r [386]
BT r/m16,imm8 ; o16 0F BA /4 ib [386]
BT r/m32,imm8 ; o32 0F BA /4 ib [386]

BTC r/m16,reg16 ; o16 0F BB /r [386]
BTC r/m32,reg32 ; o32 0F BB /r [386]
BTC r/m16,imm8 ; o16 0F BA /7 ib [386]
BTC r/m32,imm8 ; o32 0F BA /7 ib [386]

BTR r/m16,reg16 ; o16 0F B3 /r [386]
BTR r/m32,reg32 ; o32 0F B3 /r [386]
BTR r/m16,imm8 ; o16 0F BA /6 ib [386]
BTR r/m32,imm8 ; o32 0F BA /6 ib [386]

BTS r/m16,reg16 ; o16 0F AB /r [386]
BTS r/m32,reg32 ; o32 0F AB /r [386]
BTS r/m16,imm ; o16 0F BA /5 ib [386]
BTS r/m32,imm ; o32 0F BA /5 ib [386]

These instructions all test one bit of their first operand, whose index is given by the second operand, and store the value of that bit into the carry flag. Bit indices are from 0 (least significant) to 15 or 31 (most significant).

In addition to storing the original value of the bit into the carry flag, BTR also resets (clears) the bit in the operand itself. BTS sets the bit, and BTC complements the bit. BT does not modify its operands.

The bit offset should be no greater than the size of the operand.

Anybody got examples?
Posted on 2002-04-22 10:51:09 by Volcano_88101
Your missing the paragraph the explains the difference for memory access - very important to know. There are examples here on this board...
Posted on 2002-04-22 11:00:22 by bitRAKE