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--- Comment #4 from Don <> 2009-10-01 00:27:56 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> These pseudo-ops *are* documented in older Intel manuals, like the 387 DX
> User's Manual. I'm reluctant to change it. The last issue should be in a
> separate report.

Interesting. They aren't present in any manual which is still available. I
found a website with material which was copied from the 386 manual (not 387), 
but it said that even in 1997, the manual was no longer officially available.
I suspect that a lot of those pseudo-ops were bugs in DEBUG. (DEBUG also
accepts fld addr, ST(6);).

However, I just checked MSVC, and it _does_ accept fadd;
(But it doesn't accept the legal faddp; !!)
Pretty useless, and I think they should be abandoned, but no big deal if you
want to keep them.

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