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Access I/O ports
These commands enable command line and script access directly to I/O ports on PC hardware. The inb, inw and inl commands perform an input (read) operation on the given I/O port, and print the result. The outb, outw and outl commands perform an output (write) operation to the given I/O port, sending the given data. Note that the order of the parameters is ADDRESS DATA. The size of the operation is selected according to the suffix, with 'b' meaning byte, 'w' meaning word (16 bits) and 'l' meaning long (32 bits).