I: Immediate operand bit. This defines exactly what Operand 2 is. If the I bit is 0, Operand 2 is a register, with the register number held in bits 0 to 3 and the shift applied to that register in bits 4 to 11. If the I bit is 1, Operand 2 is an immediate value, with bits 0 to 7 holding the 8 bit value, and bits 8 to 11 holding the shift applied to that value.
S: Set condition codes. If this bit is set to 0, the condition codes are not altered after the instruction has executed. If it is set to 1, they are altered.
Rn: First operand register.
Rd: Destination register.
Branch and Branch with link
L: Link bit. 0=Branch, 1=Branch with link
Multiply and multiply-accumulate
A: Accumulate bit. 0=multiply, 1=multiply with accumulate
Single Data transfer
P: Pre/Post indexing. 0=post (offset added after transfer). 1=pre (offset added before transfer).
U: Up/Down bit. 0=down (Offset subtracted from base). 1=Up (Offset added to base).
B: Byte/Word bit. 0=transfer word, 1=transfer byte.
W: Write-back. 0=No write back, 1=Write address into base.
Block data transfer
S: PSR & Force user mode. 0=do not load PSR or force user mode. 1=load PSR or force user mode.
Co-processor data operations
CP Opc: Co-processor operation code. CRn: Co-processor operand register. CRd: Co-processor destination register. CP#: Co-processor number. CP: Co-processor information
Co-processor data transfers
N: Transfer Length.
Co-processor register transfers
L: Load/Store bit. 0=Store to co-processor, 1=Load from co-processor.