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For sign flag

 RP ( Return on Plus ) and RM ( Return on no minus ) Instructions

RM returns from the subroutine  to the calling program if sign flag is set  (S=1). The instruction format is

                                           RM

RP returns from the  subroutine to  the calling program  if sign  flag is  not set  (S=0). The instruction format is

                                           RP

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