Add register and carry with accumulator, Electrical Engineering

Add Register and Carry with Accumulator

The contents  of register R and the  carry flag are added to the  contents of the  accumulator  and result of  addition  is also  stored in accumulator. This instruction is generally used in multisystem  addition .

ADC R  ( A- A + R + CY

Flags : All  flags are modified  according to the result .

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