2.3.1. Unimplemented Instructions
The processor generates an exception whenever it issues an unimplemented instruction so your exception handler can call a routine that emulates the operation in software. Unimplemented instructions do not affect the programmer’s view of the processor.
For a list of potential unimplemented instructions, refer to the Programming Model chapter of the Nios® II Processor Reference Handbook.
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