Arithmetic instruction-microprocessor , Assembly Language

Arithmetic Instruction :              

These instructions are usually perform the arithmetic operations, like subtraction ,multiplication, addition, and division along with the respective ASCII and decimal adjust instructions. The decrement and increment operations also belong to this type of instructions. The 8086/ 8088 instructions is falling under this category are described below in significant details. The arithmetic instructions affect all of the condition code flags. The operands are either the memory or registers operation or immediate data depending on the addressing mode. Some of the Arithmetic Instructions are ADC, ADD, DEC, SUB, CMP, AAA ,AAS, AAM, AAD, DAA, DAS, NEG, MLIL, IMUL, CBW, CWD, DIV, IDIV.

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