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 RC (Return of Carry) and RNC ( Return on no Carry) Instruction

RC returns from  the subroutine  to the calling  program if carry  flag is et (CY= 1). The instruction format is


RNC Return from the subroutine to the calling program if carry flag is not set ( CY= 0). The instruction format is


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