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Addressing modes of 8085

Addressing modes of 8085

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Published by Mohit Verma
Explanation of the addressing modes of 8085
Explanation of the addressing modes of 8085

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Published by: Mohit Verma on Jan 30, 2013
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Instruction Formats
Each instruction consists of two parts:
Opcode : specifies the operation to beperformed . It is always 8 bits.
Operand : specifies the data or provides the data . It can be 8 bit or 16bit.
1/30/2013MOHIT VERMA 1
OPCODE OPERAND
 
Length of Instructions
3 - byte instruction
2- byte instruction
1-byte instruction
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3- Byte instruction
First byte: specifies the opcode
2
nd
byte :specifies the operand
3
rd
byte : specifies the operand
These instructions use to specify the 16 bit data or memory address.
Example: STA 3000HMove the contents of Accumulator to 3000Hmemory
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Opcode Operand (lower order 8 bit) Operand (higher order8 bit)

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