Direct addressing , Electrical Engineering

Direct Addressing

In this  addressing  mode one  of the  operands is the  data stored  in the memory. The memory  address of the  operand is directly  given in the instruction itself.

Example

STA 3050H

LDA 2345H

IN 01H

OUT 02H etc.

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