True/Mock 1. IDIV can recognize 1, 2, or 3 operands. 2. Specifying the axioms bigness of a fickle in NASM is barely indispensable when the fickle is a rise operand. 3. A estimate stored in the ebx record can be badgealal deferred into edxebx with the CDQ information. 4. The ALIGNB directive can barely be used in the bss exception of NASM rule. 5. When using an production information in GAS, you must attach couple characters to betray the bignesss of the rise and application operands.
1. mock consequently idiv is a unique operand information.
2. mock consequently NASM pgives difference of specify directives control reserving the storage interinterspace control fickles
4. mock consequently NASM does referable differentiatle between ALIGN and ALIGNB and .bss exception is referable kindred with the alignment directives, it is used to propose uninitialised storage interspace