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# RUN: llvm-mc --disassemble %s -triple=x86_64 | FileCheck %s

# CHECK: lock
# CHECK-NEXT:	orl	$16, %fs:776
0xf0 0x64 0x83 0x0c 0x25 0x08 0x03 0x00 0x00 0x10

# CHECK: movq	%fs:768, %rdi
0x64 0x48 0x8b 0x3c 0x25 0x00 0x03 0x00 0x00

# CHECK: rep
# CHECK-NEXT:		stosq
0xf3 0x48 0xab

# CHECK: rep
# CHECK-NEXT:		stosl
0xf3 0x67 0x48 0xab

# CHECK: movl 32(%rbp), %eax
0x8b 0x45 0x20

# CHECK: movl %es:32(%rbp), %eax
0x26 0x8b 0x45 0x20

# CHECK: movl %es:32(%rbp), %eax
0x2e 0x26 0x8b 0x45 0x20

# Test that multiple prefixes stack.
#    (todo- the correct disassembly is actually more like "es movl %cs:32(%rbp), %eax"
#    but we don't support that)
# CHECK: movl %cs:32(%rbp), %eax
0x26 0x2e 0x8b 0x45 0x20

# Test that 0xf3 as part of the opcode works.
# CHECK: cvtdq2pd	(%rax), %xmm0
0xf3 0x0f 0xe6 0x00

# CHECK: pause
0xf3 0x90

# CHECK: nop
0x90

# CHECK: 		lock
# CHECK-NEXT:	nop
0xf0 0x90

# Test that immediate is printed correctly within opsize prefix
# CHECK: addw    $-12, %ax
0x66,0x83,0xc0,0xf4

# Test that multiple redundant prefixes work (redundant, but valid x86).
# CHECK: rep
# CHECK-NEXT: rep
# CHECK-NEXT: stosq
0xf3 0xf3 0x48 0xab

# Test that a prefix on it's own works. It's debatable as to if this is 
# something that is considered valid, but however as LLVM's own disassembler
# has decided to disassemble prefixes as being separate opcodes, it therefore 
# should be capable of re-consuming it's own output.
# CHECK: rep
0xf3
# ***IMPORTANT ^-- this must be at the end of the file to be a valid test ***