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- Instruction:
**uadd***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` - Instruction:
**uadd/immediate***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`c8:`b` Add the

`u64`

values`a`and`b`, and store the`u64`

result to`dst`. Overflow will wrap.

- Instruction:
**usub***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` - Instruction:
**usub/immediate***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`c8:`b` Subtract the

`u64`

value`b`from`a`, and store the`u64`

result to`dst`. Underflow will wrap.

- Instruction:
**umul***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` - Instruction:
**umul/immediate***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`c8:`b` Multiply the

`u64`

values`a`and`b`, and store the`u64`

result to`dst`. Overflow will wrap.

- Instruction:
**ulogand***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` Place the bitwise

`and`

of the`u64`

values`a`and`b`into the`u64`

local`dst`.

- Instruction:
**ulogior***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` Place the bitwise inclusive

`or`

of the`u64`

values`a`and`b`into the`u64`

local`dst`.

- Instruction:
**ulogxor***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` Place the bitwise exclusive

`or`

of the`u64`

values`a`and`b`into the`u64`

local`dst`.

- Instruction:
**ulogsub***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` Place the bitwise

`and`

of the`u64`

values`a`and the bitwise`not`

of`b`into the`u64`

local`dst`.

- Instruction:
**ulsh***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` - Instruction:
**ulsh/immediate***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`c8:`b` Shift the unboxed unsigned 64-bit integer in

`a`left by`b`bits, also an unboxed unsigned 64-bit integer. Truncate to 64 bits and write to`dst`as an unboxed value. Only the lower 6 bits of`b`are used.

- Instruction:
**ursh***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` - Instruction:
**ursh/immediate***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`c8:`b` Shift the unboxed unsigned 64-bit integer in

`a`right by`b`bits, also an unboxed unsigned 64-bit integer. Truncate to 64 bits and write to`dst`as an unboxed value. Only the lower 6 bits of`b`are used.

- Instruction:
**srsh***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`s8:`b` - Instruction:
**srsh/immediate***s8:*`dst`s8:`a`c8:`b` Shift the unboxed signed 64-bit integer in

`a`right by`b`bits, also an unboxed signed 64-bit integer. Truncate to 64 bits and write to`dst`as an unboxed value. Only the lower 6 bits of`b`are used.