Data copy operations, Electrical Engineering

Data Copy Operations

Instructions which  are used  to copy data from  one location to another  location kept in  this category. The location from  which data  is copied  is called source and the location  to which  data is  copied  destination. During  this copy  operation the  previous  contents of destination are overwritten without  modifying  the content s of the source

Important : No flags  are modified  by any  of the data copy  operation.

These instructions are used to copy data.

a.From  one register to another  register.

b.8/ 16 bit data directly  from the  instruction to any  register/ register pair.

c.Data from any register to memory.

d.Data from  memory  to any  register.

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