[coreboot] Question about Intel's documentation notations

ron minnich rminnich at gmail.com
Mon May 9 17:22:55 CEST 2016

H means hex, they do that instead of 0x.
2 is footnote 2.

The whole H thing goes back 45 years or so and was a failure of vision, AH
is a register name and a constant. As are bc, ch, and dh. oops.


On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 8:19 AM Rafael Machado <
rafaelrodrigues.machado at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone
> I'm taking a look at the Intel developers guide and there is a notation
> there that I didn't understand.
> [image: pasted1]
> Since there are several guys with more experience here, probably someone
> can help me. This is the table with the default values of the registers
> after a system reset, from Intel Developers Guide, page 2285.
> That does the "H2" means at the attached picture ?
> And what toes the xxH3 means too ?
> Thanks and Regards
> Rafael R. Machado
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