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|Instruction Name||No Operation|
|CP1610 Clock Cycles||6|
The No Operation (NOP) instruction performs no function. Programs use NOPs as a time-killer for synchronization purposes. Programs also use NOPs to break up long sequences of non-interruptible instructions in order to allow the STIC to interrupt the CPU or request the bus. The opcode format is as follows.
where: x is ignored