4.5.2. PSTATE at AArch32

In AArch64, the different components of the traditional CPSR are presented as Processor State (PSTATE) fields that can be made accessible independently. At AArch32, there are extra fields corresponding to the ARMv7 CPSR bits.

Figure 4.9. CPSR bit assignments in AArch32

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Giving additional PSTATE bits which are accessible only at AArch32:

Table 4.6. PSTATE bit definitions

QCumulative saturation (sticky) flag.
GE (4)Greater than or Equal flags.
IT (8)If-Then execution bits.
JJ bit.
TT32 bit.
EEndianness bit.
MMode field.

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