I was looking at how Assembly Language works, because I want to learn how the complex and fancy things my computer does actually happen at the CPU register/hardware levels. Is there any way to see ...
The cmpxchg16b instruction for doing atomic 128 bit memory exchanges is not supported on old versions of the x64 processor but it seems like this has been supported by newer versions of the processor ...
Is there an program that you can type into command line or terminal with a set of parameters to run a 16 bit program? Such as: "run16bitprogram.exe 'path/to/program/test.exe'" and just output whatever ...