memory to register , Electrical Engineering

Memory  to Register

This  instruction is used to copy the contents of a memory  locations whose  address is specified by the HL register  pair to any register. Before  using this  instruction  programmer must copy   proper  16 bit  memory  address into HL  register  pair using LXI  instruction   the format  for this  instruction is

MOV R M ( R  [HL])

 

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