IDIV             Integer Divide, Signed              Flags: O D I T S Z A P C
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IDIV source

Logic:    AL   AX / source                 ; Byte source
AH   remainder
or
AX   DX:AX / source              ; Word source
DX   remainder

IDIV performs signed division. If source is a byte, IDIV divides the
word value in AX by source, returning the quotient in AL and the
remainder in AH. If source is a word, IDIV divides the double-word
value in DX:AX by source, returning the quotient in AX and the
remainder in DX.

                                                                          
Operands                  Clocks   Transfers  Bytes   Example
reg8                     101-112       -        2     IDIV CL
reg16                    165-184       -        2     IDIV DX
mem8                  (107-118) + EA   1       2-4    IDIV BYTE[SI]
mem16                 (175-194) + EA   1       2-4    IDIV [BX].WORD_ARRAY
                                                                          

Notes:         If the result is too large to fit in the destination
(AL or AX), an INT 0 (Divide by Zero) is generated,
and the quotient and remainder are undefined.

The 80286 and 80386 microprocessors are able to
generate the largest negative number (80h or 8000h)
as a quotient for this instruction, but the
8088/8086 will generate an Interrupt 0 (Divide by
Zero) if this situation occurs.

When an Interrupt 0 (Divide by Zero) is generated,
the saved CS:IP value on the 80286 and 80386 points
to the instruction that failed (the IDIV
instruction).  On the 8088/8086, however, CS:IP
points to the instruction following the failed IDIV
instruction.

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IDIV Integer Divide, Signed