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Branch Operations

Normally  the program  executes in  a sequence. The contents of the program counter register are incremented by  one during  the execution  of current  instruction and  always  points to the  next instruction to be executed.

Sometimes it is  required to change  the normal  the normal  sequence of the program.  The branch  instruction are used to  change  the normal  sequence o f the program  various  branch  instructions ( jump call  return restart )  are explained below.

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