Ani immediate with accumulator instruction , Electrical Engineering

ANI AND Immediate  with Accumulator Instruction

8 bit  data specified  in the  instruction is logically  AND with the  contents  of the  accumulator. The result is stored  in the accumulator.

ANI 8 bit  data                  (A-A &(8 bit data)

Flags :S, Z and P  are modified  according to the result CY  is always  reset. AC   it always set.

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