8 bit data to memory - move immediate instruction , Electrical Engineering

8 bit  data to memory

This form  of the  instruction is used to  copy 8 bit  data directly  to the memory  location pointed  by register pair HL.  The instruction  format is

MVI M 8 bit data                       ( [HL] - 8 bit  data )

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