Explain indirect data addressing mode, Electrical Engineering

Explain indirect data addressing mode (with examples) available in microprocessors.

Indirect Mode:

  • Address given in instruction includes address where the operand resides.


LDAC @5 or LDAC (5)

Retrieves contents of location 5, uses this to access memory address.

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