- n. Plural form of opcode.
“Version 1.3 of the non-proprietary RAW file format allows a series of 'corrections and enhancements', which Adobe is calling opcodes, to be defined in DNG files.”
“Simply put, he took a series of hex bytes, defined them as "opcodes" the way HE wanted them to function, and when executing the code used his SWEET16 interpreter to translate the code into legal 6502 operations.”
“Another more recent example are "opcodes" that can register lens settings used to so software can automatically correct optical problems such as vignetting or barrel distortion.”
“Writing a program involved coloring in the opcodes with a #2 pencil, colored in was a 1, not a 0.”
“There are a lot of improvements in this version, and it now supports the majority of Flash opcodes up to SWF version 7, and a wide sampling of ActionScript 2 classes for SWF version 8.5.”
“Whether the executed code is fancy-schmancy AI's remotely communicating with each other to exploit a physics bug or 12 opcodes using a buffer overrun doesn't really change the problem other than *maybe* expanding the design space available to the attacker.”
“It supports Pentium, P6 and MMX opcodes, and has macro capability.”
“This chip would have all of the assembly language opcodes (commands) of the 65c02 through an "emulation" mode.”
“The upgrade consisted of four chips that were swapped in the motherboard: The 65c02 processor, with more assembly language opcodes, replaced the 6502; two more chips with Applesoft and Monitor ROM changes; and the fourth a character generator ROM that included graphics characters (first introduced on the IIc) called "MouseText".”
“However, the "L" command to disassemble 6502 code still did not handle the new 65c02 opcodes as did the IIc disassembler.”
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