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Is there a "NOP" instruction equivalent in Fift?

In languages such as x86 assembly there is a NOP instruction that does absolutely nothing. Is there something like that when using the Fift language?

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Posted 9 months ago
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look for instructions suitable here - https://docs.ton.org/learn/tvm-instructions/instructions

Posted 9 months ago
Howard Peng
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