I'm trying to decipher this instruction on the spreadsheet when Wx is specified...
Looks like it adds RND (I assume this means a random 32-bit number) to D.
First of all, why add D? Wouldn't that make no difference to the outcome?
Secondly, what good is this?
Wouldn't it have been better if D specified a right shift in RND up to 31 bits?
And, in a completely unrelated question:
Why did we (meaning Chip) change MOVD instruction name to SETD?