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Case 1 (B>A)

Suppose XX = 01H ( stored in a) and YY = 03H (stored  in B).then carry flag  will set by  CMP  instruction since B>A  in this case JNC  will not  transfer the execution to location 2009H. As it will  jump only when  carry  instruction will  be executed.  Contents  of B i e 03 are  copied  into A. OUT  01 H   will   display the  contents  of A ( now 03H) . in this way  the greater number  is displayed.

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