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  • (cur | prev) 15:15, 2 March 2018Jnc (Talk | contribs). . (367 bytes) (+367). . (Created page with "A '''no-op''' (or 'NOP') is an instruction which does nothing ('no operation'). In the early days, programmers would include NOP's to allow patching loaded programs du...")