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I''ve learn the MIPS bases assembler (for RISC chips I beleive) I want to make the transition into inlineing asembley into my c++ programs, is there any place that give the name of the registers and what instructions the current cpu''s support (I''m using an AMD chip not that it matters I''d assume Intel and AMD chips use the same instruction set)

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Whoever makes the chip or computer will generally have the specs on it. This site is usefull for MIPS machines:
SGI MIPS stuff
amd and intel have the specs on their sites.
Not that I would recommend inlining asm for performance reasons unless your very very familure with the architectures. Its generally not worth it.

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