Case 2 a>b - program description, Electrical Engineering

Case 2 ( A>B)

Suppose XX = 05H ( stored  in A ) And  YY = 02H ( stored  in B). Then carry  flag will  reset by CMP instruction, since  A> B in this  case JNC  will transfer the  execution to location  2009H. Since carry  flag is  reset. Now  program  execution will   come to 2009H and MOV A,B instruction is skipped OUT  01H will display  the contents of A  ( i e 05H). In this way again  the  greater number is displayed.

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