Feel like a Friday question?
As gcc is slowly winning me over, I don't do as much with assembly anymore, but this past week I've had to build some fanatically optimized routines, and am coding them as separate .S gnu assembly sources. For about the umpty-umpth time in my AVR assembler experience, I found myself saying, "Boy, a 'Compare and skip if NOT equal' instruction would sure be ideal here". And, just as on every other occasion where I've felt that way, I stopped to ask myself if I could remember ever having a use for the 'Compare and skip if equal' instruction that the AVR *does* have. Nope. I don't think I've ever had a use for it.
Has anyone out there found CPSE useful for anything?