Example memory to registers , Electrical Engineering

Example Memory to  Registers

Example: Write  assembly  language  statement  to copy  data byte  36H  stored  at 2025 H  to register B.

Solution : Assuming 2025 H is stored  in register pair HL  and 36 H  and  36  stored  at this location . the  statement  is

MOV B, M

Contents of  the memory  location pointed by HL  register pair  are copied to registers B.

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