Clarification: machine operand subreg, <def, read-undef>, and IMPLICIT_DEF

Hey,

Suppose I have this MachineInstr:
    %vreg190:sub_32_1<def,read-undef> = IMPLICIT_DEF; PairRegs:%vreg190

(on my backend, the 'PairRegs' register class hold 2-vectors of i32 values)

I want to make sure I understand the combination of subreg and read-undef correctly. According to the comment in MachineOperand.h, quote:
  /// ... On a sub-register def operand, it refers to the part of the
  /// register that isn't written. ...

So, am I correct to say that the above instruction is equivalent to the following?
    %vreg190<def> = IMPLICIT_DEF; PairRegs:%vreg190

Or if there is a subtle distinction, please help me understand it.

Thank you,
Nick Johnson
D. E. Shaw Research

I believe the short answer is yes, they are pretty much equivalent, but only because the value being written is IMPLICIT_DEF.

The first instruction results in:
  %vreg190:sub_32_1 -> i32 undef (from IMPLICIT_DEF)
  %vreg190:sub_32_0? -> i32 undef (from read-undef)

The second instruction results in:
   %vreg190 -> i32 2-vector undef (from IMPLICIT_DEF)

Assuming the i32 2-vector can hold any two i32 values, they are equivalent, other than the fact that they will likely generate instructions that write different widths.