The old way of referring to opcode $E9 as JP (HL) is confusing and has been changed to JP HL.
STOP is a single byte in size, older documents encode it as $10 $00. This was probably done because of the halt bug.
See TCAGBD, section 4.10. “The HALT Instruction Behaviour”.
$E2 and $F2 are a single byte in size, not two.
Fixed some typos
Updated the given descriptions
Replaced mentions of LR35902 with SM83. The former was printed on early revisions of the DMG-CPU but current evidence leads
to the conclusion that the Game Boy’s CPU was based on a Sharp SM83 CPU core.
Different color schemes
Octal view of the tables
Responsive design, enjoy reading large tables on your tiny mobile phone!