This includes all the obvious bitwise operations (AND, OR, BIC, ORN,
MVN); byte-order reverse instructions; and the VMOVs that access a
single lane of a vector.
Some of those VMOVs (specifically, the ones that access a 32-bit lane)
share an encoding with existing instructions that were disassembled as
accessing half of a d-register (e.g. vmov.32 r0, d1), but in
8.1-M they're now written as accessing a quarter of a q-register (e.g.
vmov.32 r0, q0). The older syntax is still accepted by the