CPU - Loop

Cpu Moore Law Transistor


Language - Loop (For, While) - (Break, Continue) in the CPU


An infinite loop on a CPU level is when the CPU instruction pointer is set to instructions that keep telling the instruction pointer to set itself to that same set of instructions.

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Language - Loop (For, While) - (Break, Continue)

Repeating a set of actions until a certain condition (predicate) fails is the job of programming loops; loops can take different forms, but they all satisfy this basic behavior. A loop includes: ...
Status Flag Register
Register - Status Flag

The status flags (bits 0, 2, 4, 6, 7, and 11) of the EFLAGS register indicate the results of arithmetic instructions. The status flags allow a single arithmetic instructions to produce results...

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