x86 Architecture: General-Purpose Registers and Segments

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What is the two-letter abbreviation for the accumulator register in 32-bit mode?


Which register is used as the base register and can be accessed in 8-bit LSB as BL and in 8-bit MSB as BH?


What does the 'E' prefix in 'EAX' indicate in the x86 architecture?


Which register can be accessed as CL for its least significant byte and CH for its most significant byte?


How many ways are there to access the accumulator, counter, data, and base registers in the x86 architecture?


In the x86 architecture, which registers are accessed using an 'R' prefix in their 64-bit versions?

General-Purpose Registers

What is the purpose of the EFLAGS register in x86 architecture?

To represent Boolean values and store operation results

How is negative integers represented in binary using Two's Complement?

By inverting all bits and adding one

What does the x86 architecture use to write multi-byte values in memory?

Least significant byte first

How many general-purpose registers are available in 64-bit x86 architecture?


In x86 assembly language, what do addressing modes determine?

How memory operands are specified in instructions

Which register contains the address of the next instruction to be executed if no branching is done?


Learn about the x86 architecture, including the 8 General-Purpose Registers, 6 Segment Registers, 1 Flags Register, and an Instruction Pointer. Understand how registers are accessed in 16-bit naming conventions.

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