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 CC ( Call on Carry ) and CNC ( Call  on No Carry ) Instructions

CC Calls  the subroutine form  the specified memory  location if carry flag  is set (CY= 1). The instruction format is

                         CC 16  bit memory  address

CNC calls  the subroutine  from the specified memory  location if carry  flag is  not set or reset   (CY=0). The instruction format is

                      CNC 16 bit  memory address

 

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