depends on the vintage of your integrex. matrix integrex has only the latest style of EIA standardized G codes available.
fusion and early has SIX SETTINGS for G code type. P9 and P16 parameters control this and the listing of each style is in the EIA programming books. T32 compatible or not, in G code "style A, B, or C". I think A and B are old style and C is new, but that may be wrong?
G32 is identcal to G01, but uses the threading resolver while performing a G01 move. you program four moves per pass and calculate the diameter change an infeed yourself for the start point of the thread.
G92 is just like fanuc box cycle. gives you four moves for each change in starting point. follow the book, fixed format type of thing.
G76 can be done old way - single line and parameter defaults, or new way two line G76, both with rigorous fixed format program words! HOWEVER - matrix only allows "new way" 2 line G76.
Roughly. The EIA programming manual covers all this quite well.