Docstrings considered too complicated
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Sun Feb 28 03:23:03 CET 2010
> You could think of it as a not bad use of the design principle "Clear The
> Simple Stuff Out Of The Way First". Destinations are commonly a lot simpler
> than sources
That's not usually true in assembly languages, though,
where the source and destination are both very restricted
and often about the same complexity.
That's not to say that right-to-left is the wrong way
to do it in an assembly language, but there are less
misleading words than "move" that could be used.
Z80 assembly language uses "load", which makes things
LD A, B ; load A with B
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