NOP

In computer science, NOP or NOOP (short for No Operation) is an assembly language instruction, sequence of programming language statements, or computer protocol command that effectively does nothing at all.

Read more about NOP:  NOP Machine Instruction, NOP Code, NOP Protocol Commands, Cracking, Security Exploits

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NOP - Security Exploits
... The NOP opcode can be used to form a NOP slide, which allows code to execute when the exact value of the instruction pointer is indeterminate (e.g ...
NOP Slide
... In computer CPUs, a NOP slide, NOP sled or NOP ramp is a sequence of NOP (no-operation) instructions (on Intel x86, this is the opcode 0x90) meant to "slide" the ... Generally a NOP slide will be used in cases where execution will branch into a position that cannot be determined with absolute accuracy "padding" the memory area before and after the ... Once the CPU branches anywhere within the NOP slide, its instruction pointer (IP) will "slide" to its final destination, where there is valid code to be executed ...
Denis Pyramus
... In 1150 he wrote Parthénopéus de Blois, a chivalric tale (romance) whose motif is drawn from the story of Cupid and Psyche ... Parthénopéus was then adapted in the 13th century into a West Flemish novel in 9000 verses, Parthenopeus van Blois, which tells about the love of. 19th century the original story of Parthénopéus de Blois served as a broad basis for Alfred Blau's libretto Esclarmonde, later turned into an opera by Jules Massenet ...
NO Patras - European Cups
... In the first final, in Patras, NOP was defeated 7-12, while it won 9-10 in the second final in Budapest ... Before reaching the final, NOP had eliminated Montpelier, Crişul Oradea, Adalar and Dynamo Lviv ... Another successful year for NOP in Europe was 1992, when it reached the semi-finals of the LEN Cup Winners' Cup ...