And-logical instruction-microprocessor, Assembly Language

AND: Logical AND: This instruction bit by bit ANDs the source operand that might be an immediate, or a memory location or register to the destination operand that might be a memory location or register. The result is in the destination operand. At least 1 operand should be a register or a memory operand. Both of the operands can't be memory locations or immediate operands. An immediate operand can't be a destination operand. The instance of this instruction is as follows:

Example :

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If the content of register AX is 3FOFH, the first instance instruction will carry out the operation as given below. The result 3F9FH will be in the AX register.

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The result 0008H will be in  register AX.

 

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