Intel Instruction AAM AAM 11010100 00001010 Note: The second byte of this instruction is actually the base that the instruction is to work with (normally a 10 for BCD operations). If a different base is specified, then the instruction will work in that base. For example, with a value of 16 it will work in hex. In fact, the instruction could be documented as AAD base, a one byte (vice two) instruction with one byte of immediate data. This useage is not reliable on some other manufacturers microprocessors for example the NEC V20.
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