Adc-arithmetic instruction-microprocessor, Assembly Language

ADC: Add with Carry:-This instruction performs the similar operation a like ADD instruction, but adds the carry flag bit (which might be set as a result of the previous calculations) to the result. All of the condition code flags are affected by this instruction. The instance of this instruction along with the modes is as follows:

Example :

1.            ADD       0100H               Immediate (AX implicit)

2.            ADD       AX, BX               Register

3.            ADD       AX, [SI]              Register indirect

4.            ADD       AX, [5000H]       Direct

5.            ADD       [5000H] 0100H   Immediate

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