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What do e_ and se_ mean/stand for?

Question asked by Zachary Cavins on Jun 15, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 19, 2017 by stanish

What is the difference between instructions like addi and e_addi OR lwz and se_lwz? I am using previously developed assembly/C code and trying to make a project and build it using S32 design studio. I get errors on instructions like addi, and if I change it to e_addi, it will show no error. I am unsure what the e_ is for. Are there compiler options to change? Project settings? Does anyone know if there is any documentation for this? I have been unsuccessful at finding anything.