BLT is also a branch instruction
in the Motorola 68000
instruction set meaning "Branch if Less Than (zero)". It causes the processor
to branch to the specified address
if the number in the last calculation performed was less than zero. Of course, one must be interpreting numbers as signed integer
s for this instruction to make any sense.
It is calculated by taking the following expression:
(N and not(V)) or (V and not(N))