3.9.10. Potential Unimplemented Instructions
All other instructions are guaranteed not to generate an unimplemented instruction exception.
An exception routine must exercise caution if it uses these instructions, because they could generate another exception before the previous exception is properly handled.
Refer to the "Unimplemented Instruction" section of this chapter for more information regarding unimplemented instruction processing.
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