Adi add immediate instruction , Electrical Engineering

ADI Add Immediate  Instruction

The  bit  data specified in the instruction  is  directly  added with  contents of accumulator and result  of operation is stored  in the  accumulator after addition. The  instruction format is

ADI 8 bit  data    ( A- A+ (8 bit data )]

Flags: All flags are modified  according to the results .

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