Different types of addressing modes, Computer Engineering

Described different types of addressing modes available?

Ans: The various types of addressing modes available are following:

  •   Register addressing mode
  •   Immediate addressing mode
  •   Indirect addressing mode
  •   Direct or absolute addressing mode
  •   Relative addressing mode
  •   Auto increment
  •   Indexed addressing mode
  •   Auto decrement

 

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