KORTESTW/KORTESTB/KORTESTQ/KORTESTD—OR Masks And Set Flags

Opcode/

Op/

64/32

CPUID

Description

Instruction En bit Mode Support Feature Flag
VEX.L0.0F.W0 98 /r KORTESTW k1, k2 RR V/V AVX512F Bitwise OR 16 bits masks k1 and k2 and update ZF and CF accordingly.
VEX.L0.66.0F.W0 98 /r KORTESTB k1, k2 RR V/V AVX512DQ Bitwise OR 8 bits masks k1 and k2 and update ZF and CF accordingly.
VEX.L0.0F.W1 98 /r KORTESTQ k1, k2 RR V/V AVX512BW Bitwise OR 64 bits masks k1 and k2 and update ZF and CF accordingly.
VEX.L0.66.0F.W1 98 /r KORTESTD k1, k2 RR V/V AVX512BW Bitwise OR 32 bits masks k1 and k2 and update ZF and CF accordingly.

Instruction Operand Encoding

Op/En Operand 1 Operand 2
RR ModRM:reg (w) ModRM:r/m (r, ModRM:[7:6] must be 11b)

Description

Performs a bitwise OR between the vector mask register k2, and the vector mask register k1, and sets CF and ZF based on the operation result.

ZF flag is set if both sources are 0x0. CF is set if, after the OR operation is done, the operation result is all 1’s.

Operation

KORTESTW

TMP[15:0] := DEST[15:0] BITWISE OR SRC[15:0]
IF(TMP[15:0]=0)
    THEN ZF := 1
    ELSE ZF := 0
FI;
IF(TMP[15:0]=FFFFh)
    THEN CF := 1
    ELSE CF := 0
FI;

KORTESTB

TMP[7:0] := DEST[7:0] BITWISE OR SRC[7:0]
IF(TMP[7:0]=0)
    THEN ZF := 1
    ELSE ZF := 0
FI;
IF(TMP[7:0]==FFh)
    THEN CF := 1
    ELSE CF := 0
FI;

KORTESTQ

TMP[63:0] := DEST[63:0] BITWISE OR SRC[63:0]
IF(TMP[63:0]=0)
    THEN ZF := 1
    ELSE ZF := 0
FI;
IF(TMP[63:0]==FFFFFFFF_FFFFFFFFh)
    THEN CF := 1
    ELSE CF := 0
FI;

KORTESTD

TMP[31:0] := DEST[31:0] BITWISE OR SRC[31:0]
IF(TMP[31:0]=0)
    THEN ZF := 1
    ELSE ZF := 0
FI;
IF(TMP[31:0]=FFFFFFFFh)
    THEN CF := 1
    ELSE CF := 0
FI;

Intel C/C++ Compiler Intrinsic Equivalent

KORTESTW __mmask16 _mm512_kortest[cz](__mmask16 a, __mmask16 b);

Flags Affected

The ZF flag is set if the result of OR-ing both sources is all 0s.

The CF flag is set if the result of OR-ing both sources is all 1s.

The OF, SF, AF, and PF flags are set to 0.

Other Exceptions

See Table 2-63, “TYPE K20 Exception Definition (VEX-Encoded OpMask Instructions w/o Memory Arg)”.