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 JPE ( jump on Parity even ) and  JPO  ( Jump or Parity Odd) Instruction

JPE  transfer  the execution of the  program  to the specified memory  address if parity  flag is set (P=1).  The instruction format is

                        JPE 16 bit  memory  address

JPO transfer the execution of the program  to the  specified  memory  address if parity  flag is  not set or reset  ( p= 0). The instruction format is

                  JPO 16 bit  memory  address

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