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For carry Flag

JC (  jump on  Carry ) and JNC (Jump  on No carry ) Instructions :

JC transfer the  execution of the  program to the  specified memory  address if  carry flag  is set ( CY - 1). The  instruction format is

                                                JC 16 - bit  memory address

JNC  transfer the execution of the  program  to the  specified  address if  carry flag is not  set or  reset ( CY = 0). The  instruction  format is

                                           JNC 16 bit  memory address

 

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