Mnemonic: SetHL_BTNN

Hex Code:46000000000S0000   unconditional, indirect
46M00000000SXXYY   M=1-7, Compare register XX to register YY, indirect
460K0000000SHHLL   unconditional, indirect, K=1,4-7 Set then Link
56000000SSSS0000   unconditional, direct
56M00000SSSSXXYY   M=1-7, Compare register XX to register YY, direct
560K0000SSSSHHLL   unconditional, direct, K=1,4-7 Set then Link
Action:The SetHL_BTNN command sets the selected (highlighted) button number (SPRM 8).
The indirect form sets SPRM 8 to the value in GPRM register "S" (byte 5 lower nibble). The value in the GPRM register should be the button number multiplied by 1024.
The direct form sets SPRM 8 to "SSSS" (bytes 4&5).
If "K" is 1, 4, 5, 6, or 7 the Set is followed by a link command.
Order:If a compare is specified, it is performed first. If the condition is met the SetHL_BTNN is executed.
Comments:The command can be conditional or be combined with a link command, but not both.
See also SPRMs for information on SPRM 8 values.
Optional Link Command details
KLLLink CommandComment
100LinkNoLinkuse byte 6 as "HH" in these detailed pages, ignore all other values.
101LinkTopCell
102LinkNextCell
103LinkPrevCell
105LinkTopPG
106LinkNextPG
107LinkPrevPG
109LinkTopPGC
10ALinkNextPGC
10BLinkPrevPGC
10CLinkGoUpPGC
10DLinkTailPGC
110RSM
4--LinkPGCNuse bytes 6 and 7 as "NNNN" in this detailed page, ignore all other values.
5--LinkPTTNuse bytes 6 and 7 as "HTTT" in this detailed page, ignore all other values.
6--LinkPGNuse bytes 6 and 7 as "HHPP" in this detailed page, ignore all other values.
7--LinkCNuse bytes 6 and 7 as "HHNN" in this detailed page, ignore all other values.
Compare operation codes
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Moperation
1RegX & RegYBCBitwise compare, the two operands are anded, if the result is non-zero the condition is true
2RegX == RegYEQIf the two operands are equal the condition is true
3RegX != RegYNEIf the two operands are not equal the condition is true
4RegX >= RegYGEIf RegX is greater than or equal to the right operand the condition is true
5RegX > RegYGTIf RegX is greater than the right operand the condition is true
6RegX <= RegYLEIf RegX is less than or equal to the right operand the condition is true
7RegX < RegYLTIf RegX is less than the right operand the condition is true
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